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CONTENTS 



Seniors 



Sports 



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86 



Activities 


112 


Teachers 


142 


Advertisements 


162 


EDITORS 


Paul McCosh 




Ann Best 




Kathy Dietlin 


BUSINESS MANAGER 


Kathy Souza 


ADVISORS 


Mr. Perrin Hughes 




Miss Gwenn Seaver 



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PILGRIM 

PL YMOUTH-CAR VER 

HIGH SCHOOL 

PLYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS 

1971 



People so full of 
Living, hoping, and praying 
Sometimes see only themselves 
Yet in this small world 
We must always remember 
The one precious gift God 
Has given us for eternity . . . 
each other. 

— Denise Pineau 






Mr. Brian Souza 




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Dedication 



The class of 1971 dedicates its yearbook to Mr. 
Brian Souza in appreciation of his devotion to the 
well being of the students of Plymouth-Carver High. 

Mr. Souza has shown ingenuity and zeal in his 
work with the Pep Squad, the Cheerleaders and the 
Boosters' Club. He also served as a band sponsor, 
accompaning the band on trips to Washington, D.C. 
and Pasadena, California, and in 1969 and 1970 Mr. 
Souza sponsored the PILGRIM most successfully. 

Therefore, with respect, gratitude, and affection, 
the Plymouth-Carver High School Class of 1971 
proudly dedicates its yearbook to Mr. Brian Souza. 





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I searched. 
Searching I discovered 
a part of myself. 
I listened. 
Listening to many I learned. 

I sought. 
Seeking I found love and trust 
in people. 

— Shaunie Fabri 





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spring: 

so much depends 

upon 

the old black 

tire 

overflowing with rain 

water 

under the oak tree 

— Carol Anzuoni 







Wasting away a child's sweet time 
a moment seemed forever. 
But days that we let pass us by 
we can't return to . . . ever. 

— Tamson Wood 





Time weaves its poison-darted fangs 
Around, about, across and through, 
And in the end we all shall hang. 
Victims of the killer, Time. 

— Kathleen Dietlin 







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Funny things are shoes, 
'Cause they come in two's 
As long as they come in pairs, 
Well always have one to spare. 

— Connie Myers 





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tftfHw a long stairway 

to an ice blue shore 

waves roll in endlessly 

and bring new thoughts to mind 



John Gallant 




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Senior Class Officers 




Plymouth-Carver 




Secretary 
Marie Brigida 




Treasurer 
Patricia Estes 



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High School 



Judith Ann Adelchi 

Priest Road 
"Jude" . . . imaginative . . . "Enjoy" . . . 
hopes to travel and make the world a 
better place to live in . . . sweet . . . prizes 
her memories but not biased people . . . 
relaxed . . . happiness is appreciation of 
life. 

Pilgrim Staff 4; Apple Tree 4; Drama 
Club 4. 




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Christine Marie Almedia 
Plymouth Rock Terrace 
"Chris". . . loquacious . . . "Hey Baby, 
S.M.D." . . . hopes to play in the corn- 
fields . . . comical . . . prizes her "blue 
jay" but dislikes people who bother 
her... happiness is July 11, 14, 1970 
(Why, Chris?!!). 

Clarion 1; Pep Squad 1; Talent Show 2; 
Senior Show 4; Pilgrim Staff 4. 




David Clark Agnew 

84 Warren Avenue 
"Doc"... carefree... "Gi' me a 
break!". . . hopes to become a lumber 
jack in the Mojaui desert . . . witty ... a 
case makes him happy (well alright, 
Doc!). 

Soccer 2, 3; Tennis 3; Senior Show 4; 
Intramurals 3, 4; Prom Committee 3. 



Class of 1971 



Ramona Almedia 

West Street RFD #3, Carver 
"Mona" . . . witty . . . "Real-ly, ok- 
ay!"... hopes to become a nurse... 
sociable . . . prizes her two little sisters 
and a '62 Ford she doesn't know how to 
drive . . . dislikes hypocrites and cliques 
(in that order, Mona?!!) . . . Happiness is 
FREEDOM!!! 

Town Meeting 1; Tutor 4; Operation Im- 
pact 3; Concession Stand 4; AFS 1, 2; 
Pep Squad Captain 2, 3; Class Repre- 
sentative 1; Basketball Manager 3; Sports 
Club 3; Dean's Council 3, 4; Guidance 
Aide 3, 4; Graduation Usher 3; Clarion 3, 
4; Pilgrim 4; Future Nurses 1,2; Debate 
Club 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Stu- 
dent Council 4; Senior Show 4. 




Lorraine Mary Allen 
3 Highland Place 
"Laurie" . . . petite . . "Little friends may 
prove great friends" . . . hopes to travel to 
Hawaii and take up fencing . . . alert . . . 
prizes her collection of miscellancy but 
dislikes answering questionnaires . . . 
Happiness is receiving a valentine with 
lace around the edges. 

Basketball 1; Poetry Contest 1,3; Science 
Congress 1, 3. 




Vance Steven Almedia 
Plymouth Rock Terrace 

"Vance" . . . carefree . . . "All right" . . . 

hopes to be an auto body mechanic . . . 

athletic . . . prizes his Comet but dislikes 

Manny . . . likeable . . . happiness is going 

out with girls (right on!). 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Show 4. 



Darlene Fay Ames 

4 Sever Street 
"Darl" . . . smiley . . . hopes to do some- 
thing to help others . . . sweet . . . prizes 
her four foot Teddy Bear but dislikes 
Monday mornings and backseat drivers 
. . . happy when she gets her own car. 
Senior Show 4; Pilgrim 4; Drama Club 4. 





Plymouth- 




Francine Jean Andrews 
11 Wood Street 
"Frankie" . . . humorous . . . "More 
power to the people!" . . . hopes to own a 
Black Dress Boutique . . . sports- 
minded . . . prizes her blackness but dis- 
likes waiting . . . happiness is waking up 
with a smile (Right on!) 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2; Sports 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 1, 2; Home- 
room Representative 3; Senior Show 4,5. 



Class of 1971 



Nancy Elizabeth Arnold 
9 Birch Ave. 
"Nance". . . talkative. . . "Don't worry 
about it!!" . . . wants to travel and teach 
. . . peeved by "the mountainsf?)" and 
conceited people . . . talented . . . prizes 
brother John . . . finds happiness in 
simply LIVING! 
Field Hockey 1; 
3, 4; Latin Club 
S.E.M.S.B.A. 1, 
State 3, 4; Pilgrim 4; Senior 
Wildcat 3; Apple Tree 4. 



Basketball 1; Band 1, 2, 
1,2; Homeroom Rep. 3; 
2, 3; District 3, 4; All 
Show 4; 



Carol Elizabeth Anzuoni 

2 Bunker Hill Road 
"Carol"... independent... "Yeah 
Right"... idealistic... wants to travel 
but forget Ohio . . . prizes her car . . . 
happiness is Friday night. 
Field Hockey 1; Art Club 1; Tennis 2; 
Drama Club 2,4; Debate Club 3,4; Latin 
Club 3. 




Toni Maria Andrews 

22 Standish Court 
"Toni"... whimsical... "Stay Black 
and Die"!!! . . . hopes to be a part time 
model and full-time Artist . . . athletic . . . 
prizes her blackness but not men with 
bad raps. . . "Rightno!" . . . happiness is 

getting letters from THEM . 

Basketball 1, 2, 3; Softball 1, 2; Girls 
Sports Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1; Senior 
Show 4; Dean's Council 2, 3, 4. 





David Warren Ashley 
200 Court Street 
"Dave" . . . genuine . . . wants to be free 
and happy . . . peeved by sorry people . . . 
"What a Dildock" . . . (a what?) . . . con- 
genial . . . prizes his stereo system . . . 
happiness is having a lot of pockets to 
keep stuff in. 

Football 1; Soccer 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 






Carver H.S. 



Grant Russell Axford 

75 Alden Street 
"Rusty". . . jovial. . . "Bull Tin- 
ky!?!" . . . can't wait to obtain inde- 
pendence . . . peeved by those Sopho- 
mores . . . prizes his license (drivers) . . . 
finds happiness at Atlantic St. 
Beach?!? . . . spirited. 
Football 1,2; Band 1,2,3,4; Wildcat 3; 
Senior Show 4; AFS 1. 





Barbara Ann Barros 

Center Street 
Carver 
"Babs" . . . athletic . . . wants to be a gym 
teacher . . . peeved by Brenda B. ("right 
on") . . . comical . . . prizes that li- 
cense . . . happiness is . . . WINNING!!! 
Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; 
Softball 1,2,3,4; Girls Sport's Club 
1,2,3,4; Pilgrim 3; Home Room 4; Senior 
Show 4. 




Gregory Franklin Baker 

Alden Str. Ext. 
"Greg". . . quiet . . . "Come on, 
huh?!?" . . . wants to play baseball... 
peeved by "Peck?!?" ... prizes those 
bowling balls . . . finds happiness while 
with his friends . . . conservative. 
Football 1,2; Basketball 1,2; Baseball 
1,2,3,4; Senior Show 4. 




Class of 1971 

Joan Adele Bastoni 

362 Court Str. 
"Joj" . . . happy-go-lucky . . . "You're 
really crazy!!" . . . hopes never to grow 
up . . . likeable . . . prizes her Raggedy 
Anne doll and her sneakers but food 
peeves her (?)... Joni finds happiness in 
thunderstorms and Paul (wonder why?!!) 
AFS 1; Drama Club 1,2; Student Council 
Rep. 1,2,3; Secretary 4; Dance Com- 
mittee 1,2,3,4; Town Meeting 1; Junior 
Prom 3; Pep Squad 1,2; Pilgrim Staff 4; 
Latin Club 1,2,3; Intramurals 1,2; Tennis 
2,3,4; Archbearer 3; Concession Stands 
3,4. 



Brenda Joyce Barrows 

Center Str. 
W. Carver 
"Yo-Yo" . . . friendly . . . wants to be a 
secretary . . . peeved by Barb B. . . . 
"right on" (and some more) . . .pretty . . . 
prizes her blackness . . . happiness is being 
with J. A. 

Field Hockey Manager 3,4; Girls Sports 
Club 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Softball 
1,2,3,4; Home Room Rep. 1,2,3,4; Chor- 
us 1; Pep Squad 1,2; Senior Show 4. 





Ann Elizabeth Beaudry 
Rocky Hill Rd. 
"Ann"... amiable... "you'll survive" 
peeved by the Army (what else?!?) . . . 
prizes that charm bracelet and letters 
from Paul . . . jovial . . . "Howdy" . . . 
happiness is August 19, 1972 . . . ambi- 
tion is to keep Paul D. happy forever. 
Senior Show 4; Pilgrim 4; Typing Staff 4; 
Talent Show 4. 



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Diana Mary Beilfuss 

145 Court Street 
"Di" . . . cheerful. . . "Are you mad at 
me?"... hopes to be a mortician... 
ambitious . . . prizes a certain Friday but 
peeves snobby people and hate . . . happi- 
ness is being with someone special. 
Guidance Aide 4; Senior Show 4; Pilgrim 
Typing Staff 4. 





Deborah E. Bither 

Main Street 
Carver 
"Debbie" . . . flirtatious . . . "Take it as 
you leave it" . . . smiley . . . hopes to be a 
happy medium . . . prizes her b.b.b. and 
memories but dislikes getting the phone 
bill . . "Be Good!" . . . witty . . . happi- 
ness is Tyngsboro! 

Art Club 1; Majorette 1,2; Pep Squad 
1,2,3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Pilgrim 
Art Staff; Senior Show 4. 




Ann Frances Best 
129 Westerly Road 
"Ann" . . . outgoing . . . wants to be 
happy . . . prizes that belt and two old 
bottles . . . good natured . . . peeved when 
called Annie (Oh Well!!!) . . . happy when 
eating hot fudge sundaes. 
Student Council 3,4; Leader Corps 
1,2,3,4; Drama Club 1,2; Tennis 2; 
Future Teachers 3; AFS 2; Marching Girls 
2,3 (co-captain 4); Jr. Prom Usher 1; 
Home Room Rep. 2; Grad. Usher 2; 
Archbearer 3; Senior Show 4; Honor 
Society 3,4; NMSQT Letter of Commen 
dation. 



Class of 1971 



Gary Andrew Boccaci 

12 Russel Ave. 
. . flirtatious . . . "What are you, 
. ambition is to play pro basket- 
Alright Gary . . . prizes his li- 
saucy . . . happiness is a football 

season without a certain uniform on . . . 

Right Jack? 

Basketball 1,2,3,4; Prom Committees 3,4; 

Baseball 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; 

Band 1,2,3; Dance Band 1,2; Senior Show 

4; Pilgrim Staff 4; Varsity Club 3,4. 



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Plymouth- 



Scott Bisbee 

Holmes Str. 
Carver 
"Tom" . . . congenial . . . "What!" . . . 
hopes to own a package store . . . good 
natured . . . prizes his fake I. D. but dislikes 
being turned down . . . considerate . . . 
happiness is an extra long weekend with an 
extra few cases (All right Scott!) 





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William Joseph Bouchard 

177 Sandwich Str. 
"Bill"... happy-go-lucky... hopes to 
have a job with nights off! . . . "Just play 
in!" . . . good natured . . . peeved by Sgt. 
Roderick. 
Cross Country 1,2; Track 1,2; Band 1,2,3. 



Carver H.S. 



Ann Marie Boucher 
14 No. Spooner St. 
Ann" . . . talkative ... to get married 
nd be happy . . . "Whatcha doing" . . . 
mbitious . . . peeved by the changes in 
he school . . . prizes a stuffed animal and 
ring from that certain someone . . . 
appiness is being with F.H. 
,ibrary Staff 2,3. 





Kathy Jean Braley 
Federal Furnace Road 
"Kitty "... new addition to PC . . . 
"You'll get over it" . . . ambition . . . to 
be a good secretary . . . quiet . . . peeved 
by guys that think they're too good for 
girls . . . prizes a doll from that certain 
guy . . . Kathy 's happy when she's with 
him. 



Joseph Shakespeare Bracy II 
Old Colony Beach Boulevard 
Manomet 
"Shakespeare" . . . talkative ... to be an 
architect . . . "OY-vey" . . . prizes his 
horse . . . intelligent . . . likes blue and 
pepperoni pizza. 





Class of 1971 



Marie Jean Brigida 
8 Cooper Str. 
"Marie" . . . stylish . . . ambition ... to 
have fun in the sun!!... "Studly" . . . 
prizes her S.T.! . . . peeved by stop 
signs . . . fun-loving . . . happiness is 
T.O.E.! 

Pep Squad 1; French Club 1; Graduation 
Usher 1,2; Archbearer 3; Concessions 3,4; 
Dance Committees 1,2,3,4; Class Secre- 
tary 1,2,3,4; Marching Girls 2,3,4; Leader 
Corps 1,2,3,4; Drama Club 1,2,3,4; Office 
Assistant 2,3; Junior Prom Committee 3; 
Lit 1; AFS 1,2; Pilgrim 4; Senior Show 4. 





Anthony Russell Briggs 
Sandwich Rd. 
'Briggsy" . . . coquettish... ambi- 
ion . . . to run away to Australia with 
ane . . . "I don't feel like taking gym 
oday" . . . prizes his Honda 305... 
lirtatious . . . happiness is being with 
ane. 





Manuel Joseph Britto 

Center Str. 
N. Carver 
"Manny" . . . cunning . . . "Right on" . . . 
plans to further his education in Business 
Management. Peeved by people who 
think they are better than others . . . 
prizes his stereo record player . . . prank- 
ish . . . happiness is being with that 
certain someone. 

Soccer 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Senior 
Show 4. 



Bettygene Brown 

163 Doreen Way 
Carver 
Scuffy . . . quiet . . . "Oh my God!" . . . 
wants to go on to college . . . people who 
are always late get her mad . . . prizes . . . 
"slim" . . . happy when with that some- 
one special. 
"Apple Tree" 4. 





Plymouth- 



Cynthia Deborah Burrill 
Center Road 
Manomet 
"Debbie"... quiet... hopes to trav- 
el... "Oh really?". . . prizes her gui- 
tar . . . considerate . . . peeved by plans 
going wrong . . . happiness is the week- 
end. 



Bruce Richard Brown 

273 Court Street 
Plymouth 
"Goose" . . . happy-go-lucky . . . ambi- 
tion is to get ahead... "Don't hassel 
me!" . . . prizes the V. W. bus he's going to 
buy . . . peeved by people who present 
hassels . . . happiness is . . . a study hall 
without Mr. R. . . . devilish. 




Class of 1971 



Northa Jean Bustin 

Manters Point 
Plymouth 
"North" . . . quiet . . . to follow her nat- 
ural instincts . . . prizes her kaleidoscope 
and kazoo . . . independent . . . peeved by 
"hawks" . . . happiness is being aware of 
inner self and loving "beautiful" people. 



Gaye Marie Burton 
26 Olmstead Terrace 
"Gaye". . . sociable. . . wants to live 
happily ever after . . . after what 
Gay?????????... "Oh ya" . . . fun- 
loving. . . peeved by W.B. . . . (???) but 
prizes her diamond . . . happiness is being 
with Jimmy. 

Office Worker 2,3,4; Talent Show 4; 
Senior Show 4. 





Ann Marie Butterfield 
Plymouth Street 
Carver 
"Ann" . . . friendly . . . hopes to go into 
dress designing . . . peeved by staying 
after school . . . gay . . . prizes her stuffed 
snake . . . finds happiness in the week- 
ends. 

Tennis Intramurals 2; Drama Club 3; 
Senior Show 4; Gymnastic Intramurals 3. 



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Carver H.S. 



Jeanne Marie Butterfield 

15 Coles Lane 
Plymouth 
"Jeanie" . . . outgoing . . . hopes to make 
the most out of life . . . "Hi, Luv!" . . . 
prizes the memory of three certain 
nights . . . and C. K.T.J. . . . sweet . . . 
peeved by jobs! . . . happiness is being 
with someone who cares. 
Guidance Aide 2,3,4; Bookstore 4; AFS 
1; Geological Society 1,2; Senior Show 4; 
Graduation Archbearer 3. 





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Laurie David Calhoun 
Vally Road 
Cedarville 
"Lig" . . . friendly . . . ambition is to stay 
single for a l-o-n-g time! . . . "cotton 
picker" . . . reserved . . . happiness is no 
more school! 




Jennifer Ann Butterfield 

15 Coles Lane 
Plymouth 
"Jenny" . . . cute . . . to travel that "long 
and winding road" . . . peeved by Senior 
Statistics! . . . "Watch it!". . . prizes a 
certain teddy bear . . . sincere . . . happi- 
ness is . . . the beach. 

AFS 1 ; Dean's Council 1,2,3,4; Bookstore 
4; French Club 1; Junior Prom 3; 
Graduation Archbearer 3; Homeroom 
Representative 4; Graduation Usher 2; 
Senior Show 4; Pilgrim 4. 



Class of 1971 





Donald Anthony Campbell III 

87 Esta Road 
Plymouth 
Campi . . . athletic ... "I gotta make 
it" . . . Ambition to build an empire . . . 
(Where?) . . . prizes that 66 Chevy . . . 
friendly . . . happiness is getting up and 
over!!! 

Cross Country 1,2; Football 3,4; Gym- 
nastics 1,2,3,4; Senior Show 4. 







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Denis Paul Campbell 
87 Esta Road 
Plymouth 
Denis . . . "reserved" . . . to be a million- 
aire . . . "I'll be glad when this is over 
with" . . . Plymouth . . . peeves him . . . 
agreeable . . . prizes his brass ring . . . 
happiness is being free. 




Timothy Allan Card 

Main Street 
Carver 
"Tim" . . . talkative . . . hopes to be in 
the medical profession... "you're 
crazy" . . . prizes his 63 galaxy . . . amia- 
ble .. . happiness is guess what (What???). 



Margaret Casey 
36 No Spooner Street 
"Peggy" . . . pretty . . . "Get this" . . . 
wants to be happy in life . . . peeved by 
the clique and a V.W. . . . vivacious . . . 
prizes memories and a brown bottle 
(????) . . . happiness is . . . Pete and 
March 29, 1969. 

Pep Squad 1,2; Office Assistant 2,3; 
Homeroom Representative 1,2,3; Home- 
room Treasurer 2,4; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Graduation Archbearer 3. 





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Ellen Christine Cerusualo 
Old Colony Drive 
"El" . . . fun-loving . . . wants to teach 
children . . . and to be free . . . friend- 
ly . . . being classified . . . peeved her . . . 
prizes her dungarees . . . and the boy and 
the balloon (???) . . . happiness is a stone 
tower in a golden field (of course). 
Future Teachers 1,2,3,4; Homeroom Rep- 
resentative 1,3; Drama Club 2,3,4; Pep 
Squad 1,2; Latin Club 1,2; Junior Prom 
Committee 4; Senior Show 4; Tennis 2; 
Yearbook 4; Graduation Usherette 3. 



Alan Manuel Centeio 
Meadow Street Box 100 B 
South Carver, Mass. 
Alan . . . carefree . . . "That's minor" . . . 
wants to keep working for that special 
car . . . peeved by coming to school . . . 
masculine . . . prizes his stereo . . . happi- 
ness is going to New Jersey to see that 
special someone. 
Football 2. 



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Brian William Clark 
Glen Avenue 
"Clara" . . . easy-going . . . wants to hitch- 
hike to California . . . "You sera- 
beemy". . . peeved by the summer's 
end . . . fun-loving . . . prizes . . . his rec- 
ords and license (if I ever get it) . . . 
happiness is being with a certain someone 
(who, Brian?). 

A.V. 1,2,3,4; Drama Club 1,2,3; Pilgrim 
Staff 4; Senior Show 4; Track. 



Robert Carl Chadwick 

83 Warren Avenue 
Plymouth 
"Chad". . . talkative. . . "What's the 
word?" . . . ambition . . . going by 
Triumph to California . . . happiness is 
seven in a bug and his bankbook . . . easy 
going . . . peeved by people that knock 
V.W.:s. Soccer 1,3; Band Stage 2,3; Intra- 
murals 2,3; Track 1,2,3; Wildcat Stage 
Crew. 





Michiel Joseph Clark 
P.O. Box 4 Takeview Street 
"Mike". . . sociable . . . wants possibly to 
become a forest ranger . . . peeved by 
homework (who isn't) . . . prizes . . . his 
father's car . . . well-liked . . . happiness is 
being with Diane C. 






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Carver H.S. 



Vallana Maynard Clark 

Glen Avenue 
"Clucky" . . . independent... keek- 
keek . . . individual . . . peeved by 30 year 
old teeny boppers . . . prizes her head . . . 
intelligent . . . ambition ... to study 
oceanography at M.I.T. . . . happiness is 
freedom. 

Drama Club 1,2,3,4; Chess Club 2; De- 
bate Club 4; Math Club 1,2,3,4; Year- 
book Photography; AFS. 





John Alexander Collins 
27 Haskell Road 
Cedarville 
"John" . . . pleasant . . . prizes his car . . . 
"How's it goin?" . . . wants to be liked by 
everyone . . . peeved by people who are 
phony (me too!!!)... intellectual... 
happiness is a cool, clear, fall day. 
Rotary Guest 4; Senior Show 4; Gradua- 
tion Usher 3. 



Susan Mary Coburn 
82 Settler Road 
Sue . . . quiet . . . ambition to be a typ- 
ist . . . hates going to gym . . . prizes Red 
Sox pictures and her sewing machine . . . 
petite . . . happy when getting out of 
school (You bet!!!) 
Library 3. 



Class of 1971 



Mark Alan Coombs 

52 Cliff Street 
Mark" . . . quiet . . . finds happiness in 
his friends . . . considerate . . . enjoys 
school lunches (What!!!) . . . friendly. 




James Robert Cook 

2 Mayflower Street 
"Jim" . . . shy . . . ambition is to be 
rich . . . "impossible" . . . peeved by 
teachers (who isn't??) . . serious . . prizes 
a picture of her (mother???— smile). 





Jacob C. Cope 

19 Brushhill Road 
Manomet 
"Jay" . . . new addition to P.C. . . . hopes 
to attend a business school . . . ami- 
able . . . happiness is a raise . . . inde- 
pendent. 







Carol Elizabeth Copley 

18 Allerton Street 
"Carol" . . . intelligent .. . "I 

swear!!!" . . . hopes to be the best in her 
profession . . . cheerful . . . prizes her 
stuffed animals but Plastics 7466082 
peeves her . . . happiness is big cities. 
Department Secretary 4; Clarion 3,4; 
Pilgrim Staff Editor 4; National Honor 
Society 3,4; Volleyball Intramurals 1; 
Gymnastics 1; "Voice of Democracy" 
Recipient 3. 





Plymouth- 



James Correia 

77 Hines Avenue 
North Carver 
"Scooby" . . . talkative . . . "Hey Ham- 
mer, how you gonna act?!!" . . . hopes to 
be an artist . . . witty . . . prizes a certain 
phone number but is peeved by period 
7-8 for the last two years . . . happiness is 
S.O.U.L., P.E.A.C.E. and C.H.R.I.S.T. 



Marlene Renee Correa 

Federal Furnace Road 
"Marlena" . . . happy . . . "Get out of 
here!!"... wants to be a legal secre- 
tary . . . easy going . . . dislikes a certain 
gym teacher but prizes Beany 's "68" 
Camaro and her nephew, Joey . . . happi- 
ness is being with Beany (al-rite!!). 
Homeroom Representative 1,2,3,4; Pil- 
grim Typing Staff 4; L'il Abner 2; Senior 
Show 4. 



Class of 1971 



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Allen Joseph Costa 

72 Cherry Street 



well-dressed . . . "Hey 
man.'"... Al prizes that "64" Ford 
Fairlane but Wednesday and Saturday at 
P.C.C. peeves him . . . out-going . . . hap- 
piness is being at the surf (doing what?). 
Football 1; Talent Show 2,4; Intramurals 
1; Senior Show 4; Spanish Club 3. 



Diane Helen Correira 

126 Standish Avenue 
"Diane" . . . well-dressed . . . "you 
know?" . . . wants to further her educa- 
tion . . . considerate . . . Di prizes life but 
prejudiced people peeve her . . . cute . . . 
happiness is love and being loved. 
Hockey 1; Marching Girls 2,3,4; Future 
Teachers 3,4; Student Council 4; Drama 
Club 1,2; French Club 2,3; Class Repre- 
sentative 2,3; National Honor Society 
3,4; Senior Show 4; Pilgrim Staff Editor 
4; Junior Prom Committee 3. 



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Cynthia Costa 
97 Cherry Street 
Cin . . . independent . . . W.T.F. . . . wants 
to get married. . . peeved by those fights 
with A.N. . . . talkative . . . prizes "my 
ring from that certain person" . . . happi- 
ness is . . . being with A.N. . . . (who's 
that Cindy?). 



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Carver H.S. 



Joseph Stanley Costa 
Rochester Road 
South Carver 
"Jake"... quiet... "Sad!!"... hopes 
to become a millionaire . . . prizes his 
license but stuck up girls peeve him . . . 
reserved . . . happiness is seeing A.S. 
Track 1,2; Library 2; Senior Show 4. 





Karen Ann Cox 

No. 2 Bayberry Road 

Manomet 

self-contained . . . "Oh 
. wants to travel (where?) . . . 
obnoxious people peeve her . . . quiet . . . 
prizes a picture . . . happiness is being 
free. 
Senior Show 4. 



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Rosana Rodriques Da Costa 

5 Lothrop Street 
"Rosana" . . . our A.F.S. student . . . "Oh 
please!" . . . wants to own her own 
car . . . friendly . . . prizes her life but 
rainy and cold weather really peeve 
her . . . happiness is living . . . laugh- 
ing . . . plus "Patropi". 
Rotary Guest 4; Senior Show 4; "Apple 
Tree" 4. 










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Class of 1971 



Ronald Arthur Daum 
Fresh Pond Circle 
"Ronnie" . . . shy . . . plans to join the 
Merchant Marines . . . "Really?" . . . 
prizes his car and other old things! . . . 
good-natured . . . "What's new?". . . 
peeved by snowless winters, math, and 
homework . . . happiness is . . . summer, 
swimming, and snowy days. 
Drama Club 1; Dollars for Scholars 2; 
Senior Show 4. 



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David Curtis 

River Street 
"Spider" . . . prankish . . . "Garbage" . . . 
prizes his number 10, but not that 
number 5!! . . . fun loving. . . happiness 
is the place. (Where's that Dave?). 
Football 1,2,3; Basketball 1; Track 
1,2,3,4; Pilgrim Sports Staff 2; Varsity 
Club 1,2,3,4. 





Russell A. Davis 

94 Warren Avenue 
Russ . . . talkative . . . "Oh really?" . . . 
wants to be a chief and the largest stamp 
dealer in the country . . . Monday morn- 
ings peeve him . . . prizes his stamp 
collection . . . reserved. 
Intramural Softball 1; Weight Lifting 1,2; 
Chess Club 3. 



Robert William Dean, Jr. 
186 Winthrop Road 
Manomet 
"Bobby" . . . quiet . . . prizes Linda but 
not LJ's junkies . . . likes spaghetti, 
hockey and blue (in that order!) . . . 
happiness is being with Linda (of 
course!). 





Plymouth- 



Linda Delano 
99 Court Street 
Linda . . . friendly . . . "You'll get over 
it"... wants to be satisfied... easy 
going. . . prizes dungarees and trust. . . 
but no hypocrites and headaches . . . 
happiness is when the box is full. 
Tennis 1,2,3,4; Field Hockey 2,3; Girls 
Sports 1,2,3,4; Drama Club 1,2; Junior 
Prom Committee 3; Basketball Conces- 
sion 3; Football Concession 4; Pep Squad 
1,2; Senior Show 4; Pilgrim Sports Staff 
4; N.E.D.T. Certificate 1; Dance Com- 
mittee 1,2,3. 



Patricia Beverly Dearn 

Federal Furnace Road 
Patty . . . "A.H.G.A.Q. "... talkative . . . 
coutard . . . SMD . . . wants to become a 
secretary . . . peeved by prejudiced people 
from South Carver... WHY!?!... no 
prize possession, Patty? . . . We'll see 
about that! . . . amiable . . . happiness is 

AR CAR. Huh? 

French Club 1; Pep Squad 1; Clarion 1,2; 
Exercise Club 1; Senior Show 4. 



Class ofl971 



Alan Ernest Dunham 

Main Street 
"Alan" . . . friendly . . . wants to be suc- 
cessful . . . peeved by being broke . . . 
"not again!" . . . prizes his family . . . 
ambitious . . . happiness is getting a raise. 
Drama Club 2,4; Baseball 2; Boys' State 
3; Pilgrim 4; "Lil Abner" 2; "Apple Tree" 
4; Latin Club 1,2. 






Kathleen Ann Dietlin 
Federal Furnace Road 
"Kathie" . . . talented . . . wants to make 
someone happy and go to college . . . 
vivacious . . . Kenny peeves her . . . happi- 
ness is being with Kenny . . . "You know 
that" . . . prizes a special locket. 
"Wildcat" 3; "Apple Tree" 4; Drama Club 
3,4; FTA 3,4; Sports Club 2,3; N.H.S. 
3,4; Leader Corps 3,4; Mass. Girls State 3; 
Yearbook 4; Senior Show 4; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Talent Show 4; Junior Miss 
4; Graduation Usher 3; Pep Squad 2; 
Clarion 4; Lit 4; Operation Impact 3; 
Plymouth Rotary Club Guest 4. 





Allan Paul Dunne 

Camp Massasoit 

Cedarville 

"Dung". . . talkative . . . hopes to be a 
career man . . . "oh well!" . . . like- 
able . . . prizes 1 Oth period in 110 but not 
loudmouth people . . . happiness is a day 
without gym (who?!). 



Carver H.S. 



Kathleen Ann Dupuis 

37 Nicks Rock Road 
Plymouth 
A.J. . . . petite . . . "Get going" . . . ambi- 
tion ... to graduate . . . happiness is . . . 
being with J.W. . . . (who's that 
Kathy) . . . peeved by flirty girls . . . 
prizes her car . . . friendly. 
Library Staff 1; Senior Show 4. 





Patricia Jean Edwards 

109 Forest Avenue Ext. 

Plymouth 
petite . . . hopes to graduate and 
Steve . . . "Shut-up!" . . . re- 
. prizes her picture of S.W. and 

her diamond . . . peeved by flirty girls and 

pushy boys . . . happiness is . . . being 

with Steve. 

Library 1; Yearbook 4; Pep Squad 1; 

Tennis 1; French Club 1; Chorus 3,4. 



Patti . 
marry 
served 



Michele Ann Dupuis 

29 Stafford Street 
Plymouth 



Mikee . . . talkative . 

to help C.S. get rich . . . 

who aren't together.. 

sion . . . "My Jean's" . 

someone you can trust . 

Future Teachers 1; Marching Girls 2,3; 

AFS 1,2; Football Concession 4; Pep 

Squad 1; Clarion 1,2. 



Y.F.U. . . . wants 
. peeved by those 

. prized posses- 

. . . happiness is 

. fun loving. 





Class of 1971 



Alan Emerson 

55 Wellington Street 
Manomet 
"Big Al" . . . out-going . . . hopes to be- 
come wealthy . . . "To flunk is human, to 
pass is a miracle!" . . . prankish . . . prizes 
his motorcycle but not crowded buses . . . 
happiness is knowing that this is the last 
year of school (right on!). 



Maryfrances Elliot 
State Road 
Plymouth 
Mayfran . . . out-going . . . ambition . . . 
to go to college and learn the French 
language . . . peeved by litter bugs . . . 
ambitious... prizes "Cosmo" (her Sia- 
mese cat) . . . happiness is being young 
and involved. 

Student Council 1,3,4; Cheerleading 3; 
Field Hockey 2; Sports Club 2,3; Drama 
Club 3,4; Future Teachers 4; "The Apple 
Tree" 4; AFS 1,2; French Club 1; 
Graduation Usher 2; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Dance Committee 1,3,4; Gradu- 
ation Archbearer 3; Clarion 1,4; Pep 
Squad 1,3; Student Government Day 1; 
Gymnastic Intramurals 2; Operation Im- 
pact 3; Pilgrim 4; Senior Show 4; Ply- 
mouth Rotary Club Guest 4; Operation 
Rap 4. 





Patricia Ann Estes 

44 Spooner Street 
Plymouth 
Patty . . . intelligent . . . hopes to teach 
and have a happy life . . . Hey Esta! . . . 
prizes her silver bracelet . . . but not being 
tickled!?! . . . active . . . likes . . . blue . . . 
strawberries . . . and Jeff. 
Pep Squad 1; Homeroom Representative 
1,2; French Club 1,2; Drama Club 1,2; 
Office Assistant 2,3; Graduation Usher 
2,3; Marching Girls 2,3; Captain 4; Junior 
Prom Committee 3; Class Treasurer 3,4; 
Future Teachers 3,4; Honor Society 3,4; 
Senior Show 4; Pilgrim 4; Leader Corps 4. 



Shaunie Cameron Fabri 

374 Sandwich Street 
Plymouth 
Shaunie . . . petite . . . hopes to attend 
the University of Colorado, travel, and be 
free ■ ■ ■ cute . . . prizes happiness and her 
silver . . . out going . . . happiness is mem- 
ories . . . living . . . pumpkins. 
National Honor Society 4; Student Coun- 
cil Representative 1,2; Vice President 3; 
President 4; Field Hockey 1,2,3; Book- 
store 3; French Club 1,2,3; Girls Sports 
Club 1,2,3,4; "Lil Abner" 2; "Wildcat" 3; 
"Apple Tree" 4; Senior Show 4; Drama 
Club 2,3,4; Clarion 1; Marching Girls 2; 
Operation Impact 3. 





Plymouth- 



Stephen Louis Feci 

9 Lafayette Court 
Plymouth 
Marcus . . . easy going . . . future plans 
include the service . . . "Go!" . . . town 
boy . . . prizes his stereo but homeroom 
with Bev Fernandes really peeves him . . . 
How come? . . . comical . . . happiness is 
taking six points. 

Football Manager 1; Band 1,2; Intra- 
murals 1,2,3; Work Study 3,4. 



Luanne Marie Feci 

9 Lafayette Court 
"Lulu" . . . quiet. . . "what's wrong with 
you?!!" . . . hopes to be happy . . . frolic- 
some . . . prizes her license but dislikes 
stuck-up people . . . cute. 
Tennis 1,2; Talent Show 2; Senior Show 
4; Intramurals 1. 




Class of 1971 





Frances Ann Fernandes 

131 Center Street 
North Carver 
Chica . . . well-liked . . . "Sure ya 
will"... prizes Pete but nosy people 
peeve her . . . carefree . . . happiness is 
being with P.S. (of course!). 
Basketball 1,2,3,4; Talent Show 2. 



Beverly Ann Fernandes 

131 Center Street 
North Carver 
Bev . . . witty . . . favorite saying . . . 
"Sure you will" . . . ambition is to play 
basketball . . . pet peeve . . . people other 
people's business. . . rambunctious. . . 
prize possession is V.A. . . . happiness 
is . . . going out with a certain boy. 
Basketball 1,2,3,4; Field Hockey 1; Se- 
nior Show 4; Sports Club 1,2,3. 





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Stephen Peter Ferro 
16 Prince Street 
Plymouth 
Steve . . . talented . . . "This is true!" . . . 
hopes to achieve happiness and joy . . . 
masculine . . . prizes his membership in 
the Plymouth Players but dislikes 
phonies . . . intelligent . . . happiness is 
the stage. 

Drama Club 1,2,3,4; "Curious Savage" 1; 
"Lil Abner" 2; "Wildcat" 3; "Rapuzel" 3; 
"Apple Tree" 4; Chorus 1,2,4; Intra- 
murals 1; AFS 2; French Club Vice 
President 3; Pilgrim Senior Statistics Staff 
4; Talent Show 2; National Honor Soci- 
ety 3,4; Senior Show 4. 



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Carver H.S. 



Janet Louise Firmin 

West Street 
Carver 
"Jan" . . . studious . . . "SUFFER!!!" . . . 
hopes to make good in life . . . quiet . . . 
prizes her dog, Freckles but dislikes 
someone who doesn't keep his prom- 
ise . . . happiness is going to Wilton High 
School. 

Field Hockey 1,2; Co-captain 3; Basket- 
ball 1,2; Co-captain 3; Softball 1,2,3; 
Newspaper Staff 3. 




Loreta Angela Fortini 

18 Allerton Street 
Plymouth 
Lori . . . happy . . . "That's really 
weird!". . . wants to live happily. . . 
energetic . . . prizes a big Rob and a little 
one . . . sincere . . . dislikes ignorance . . . 
happiness is being thin. 
Clarion 1,2,3; Field Hockey 1; AFS 1,2; 
Homeroom Representative 3. 




Mary Lou Folsom 

9 Mayflower Street 
"Lulu" . . . spirited. . . "I just want to 
keep it together!" .. . hopes to get 
married . . . cheerful . . . prizes her pre- 
engagement ring but dislikes people who 
talk about others . . . happy when with 
F.S. 





Class of 1971 



Stephen Ferry Freyermuth 

28 Nelson Street 
"Steve" . . . athletic . . . hopes to be in- 
volved in sports. . . "I don't know!" . . . 
prizes his bowling balls but not "Joe 
Tar" . . . reserved . . . happiness is sleep- 
ing!! 
Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2. 



Carolyn Joyce Freeman 

26 Whiting Street 
Plymouth 
Cat. . . "No witnesses, nice!" . . . intelli- 
gent . . . wants to take over the world . . . 
quiet . . . prizes "I.P.S. "... peeved by 
people who don 't listen . . . indepen- 
dent . . . happiness is being free. 
Drama Club 1,2, 3,4; AFS 2; Honor Society 
3,4; Debating Club 1; Weather 
Observing 2,3; French Club 2,3; NMSQT 
Letter of Commendation. 





Kevin Joseph Furtado 

207 Court Street 
Plymouth 
Kevin . . . easy going . . . "Are you kid- 
ding?" . . . wants to go to college. . . 
athletic . . . prizes his Scout . . . happiness 
is sleeping. 

Basketball 3,4; Baseball 3,4; Pilgrim Staff 
4; Intramurals 2,3,4; Varsity Club 3,4; 
Senior Show 4; Prom Committee 3. 



Cynthia Ann Gabbett 

13 Mayflower Street 
"Cindi" . . . quiet . . . "Does my hair look 
funny?"... hopes to always be 
happy . . . smiley . . . dislikes T.P. and 
Bobe's twiddalin . . . happiness is being 
with R.R. (errr!). 
Clarion 2. 





Plymouth- 



John Joseph Gallant 

Manomet Avenue 
Manomet 



Steven Paul Gallagher 

221 Sandwich Street 
"Steven"... quiet... hopes to be a 
radio technician . . . "Right on!" . . . con- 
siderate . . . prizes his amateur radio li- 
cense but dislikes going to gym class. . . 
happiness is being in the A. V. Room. 
Football 1; Audio Visual 3,4. 



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Class of 1971 



Pamela Lee Geddis 

204 Water Street 
"Pam" . . . stylish . . . "Hey, you know 
what I mean!!" . . . hopes to be happy 
and have peace of mind ... cute . . . 
prizes her jeans but dislikes phony 
people . . . cheerful . . . happiness is grad- 
uating, peace, being with someone spe- 
cial, and the new baby! 
Homeroom Representative 2,3,4; Senior 
Show 4. 



Michael Anthony Gallerani 

12 Alden Court 
Plymouth 
Mike . . . talkative . . . ambition ... to 
have the fastest Pro Stocker . . . friend- 
ly . . . prizes his SS 307 . . . but not those 
Fords . . . happiness is . . . The Chevelle 
and a girl . . . "Get on it!" 
Baseball 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. 





Beth Frances Giovanetti 

43 Alden Street 
"Beth" . . . joyful . . . "Yeah, okay!" . . . 
hopes to go to college and travel... 
prizes memories but not lectures from 
that 2nd period Latin teacher . . . 
witty . . . happiness is her Senior Year 
and 1967 . . . (that's a hieyi!). 
Pilgrim 4; Latin Club 4; Senior Show 4; 
Drama Club 3; Sports Club 1,2,3; Field 
Hockey 1,2; Basketball Manager 1,2,3; 
Voice of Democracy 3; Concessions 4; 
Senior Pep Squad 4; French Club 2,3; 
Graduation Usherette 3; Future Teachers 
3,4. 



Carver H.S. 



Jane Ellen Godfrey 

R.FD #1 State Road 
"Janie" . . . cute . . . "Zowie!!" . . . hopes 
to become an actress on Broadway . . . 
well-groomed . . . prizes her ring but Joe 
peeves her . . . genial . . . happiness is 
graduating. 
Art Club 1,2; Chorus 1,2. 



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Karen Elaine Goodwin 

6 Silver Birch Avenue 
Manomet 
Karry ... "/ don't know" . . . pretty . . . 
ambition is to get married . . . happiness 
is being with Billy . . . sensitive . . . prizes 
the animals of the world . . . she's peeved 
by staying home. 
Cafeteria Aid 3,4. 




Joseph Michael Goldovitz 

Lakeview Street 
Carver 
"Joe" . . . out-spoken . . . hopes to be- 
come an "Educated Bum"... talka- 
tive . . . prizes his girl but school peeves 
him . . . studious . . . happiness is love. 





Class of 1971 



Stephanie Ann Govoni 

45 Allerton Street 
Plymouth 
Stephie ... W.T.F. . . . pretty . . . wants 
to live a happy life . . . hates argu- 
ments . . . C.C. suede bags peeves her . . . 
full of life . . . prizes her memories of the 
summer of '70 . . . happiness is being with 
someone special . . . who, Stephie? 
Pep Squad 1 ; Homeroom Representative 
3,4; Marching Girls 2,3,4; Bookstore 4; 
Senior Show 4. 




Cheryl Ann Govoni 

38 Dwight Avenue 
Plymouth 
"Mucka Schnoo" . . . talkative . . . "Ya 
sure" . . . hopes to go on to college . . . 
witty . . . prizes her friends but is peeved 
by the army surplus boots . . . "Okay 
Deb" . . . amiable . . . happiness is living. 
Leader Corps 2,3; Chairman 4; Marching 
Girls 2,3,4; AFS 2,3; Dean's Council 
2,3,4; Field Hockey 1; Basketball 1; 
Sports Club 2,3; French Club 2,3,4; 
Future Teachers 3,4; Pilgrim Staff 3,4; 
Senior Show 4. 




Christine Grady 

139 Summer Street 
Plymouth 
Chris . . . relaxed . . . hopes to be an 
interior decorator . . . "Sounds good to 
me!" . . . loquacious . . . prizes mustangs 
and memories of those Saturday night 
parties but dislikes people with no need 
for friendship . . . happiness is "A Bud", 
life and rainy days. 

Concession Stand 4; Pep Squad 4; Future 
Teachers 1,2,3,4; Senior Pep Squad 4; 
Dance Committees 1,2,4; AFS 1,2; 
Dues Collector 2; Marching Girls 2,3,4; 
Senior Show 4; Pilgrim Art Staff Editor 
4; Graduation Usher 3. 



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Marie Helen Griffin 

84 Cherry Street 
"Marie-zee" . . . devilish . . . "I'm thumb- 
ing to Switzerland!" . . . happy . . . wants 
to be a superball . . . prizes her pet roach 
but dislikes Cambridge . . . sweet . . . hap- 
piness is a world full of Munchkins! 





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Glenn Alan Guaraldi 

10 Majorie Street 
Plymouth 
Glenn . . . intelligent . . . "that's some 
spicy meatball!". . . plans to be a mechani- 
cal engineer... quiet... peeved by 
working 'til 11 p.m. and A.L. . . . prizes 
that bracelet and the "Boss"... finds 
happiness with D.L. 

Football 1; Baseball 2; Honor Society 
3,4; Senior Show 4. 




Plymouth- 



Nancy Jean Griffin 

15 Sandwich Street 
"Nanc" . . . easy going . . . hopes to be an 
elementary school teacher. . . prizes her 
stuffed mice but definitely not snobs. . . 
active . . . "What's up!?!" . . . happiness is 
pay day! (right on!). 

Future Teachers 3,4; Marching Girls 3,4; 
AFS 2; Graduation Usherette 3; Senior 
Show 4; Semsba 2,3,4; Head Start Volun- 
teer 2; French Club 1,2,3,4; Chorus 
1,2,3,4; Student Government Day 1; 
Drama Club 2,3,4; "L'il Abner" 2; "Wild- 
cat" 3; "Apple Tree" 4; "Repunzel" 3; 
Honor Society 3,4; Homeroom Repre- 
sentative 1; Plymouth Philharmonic 
2,3,4; Pilgrim Staff 4. 

Class of 1971 



Kevin Alfred Guerra 

Woodworth Street 
Plymouth 
"Kev" . . . quiet . . . wants to go into 
Business Data Processing . . . prizes his 
"71 " Duster . . . self-contained . . . hap- 
piness is . . . having beach parties in the 
summer. 
Homeroom Representative 3,4. 




Cheryl Lynne Griswold 
State Road 
Vallerville 
Cheryl . . . carefree ... "/ gotta go 
home" . . . ambition is to be a superball 
in a VW . . . peeved by the regular 
men . . . prizes her reality . . . lively . . . 
happiness is finding something to do . . . 
in Vallerville (??). 




Philip Alexander Haigh 
Morton Park Road 
Plymouth 
"Flip" . . . friendly . . . hopes to suc- 
ceed . . . "I don't know about you!" . . . 
talkative . . . prizes AKO . . . peeved by 
no time for fun . . . considerate . . . hap- 
piness is an endless summer. 
Latin Club 1,2,3; Spanish Club 2,3,4; 
Debate Club 3,4; AFS 2,3,4; Soccer 4; 
Golf 3,4. 



Carver H.S. 



Arthur Hamblin 

1 58V2 Court Street 
Plymouth 
Artie . . . friendly ... "I don't think 
so!"... wants to be an electrician... 
peeved by those girls who talk alot (that 
trio) . . . sincere . . . prizes his 1960 green 
VW . . . happiness is a case (of what?) and 
a certain girl. 
Baseball 1,2. 





Robert Bruce Harraden 

31 Plymouth Street 
North Carver 
"Ernie"... talkative... "You know 
that"... likes pizza and football... 
good natured . . . happiness is money 
(that's right!). 



Rosemary Hansen 

Beaver Dam Road 

Manomet 




Class of 1971 



David Charles Hatton 

12 Boutemain Avenue 
Plymouth 
"Dave" . . . good-natured . . . plans to go 
to trade school . . . "You gotta be kiddin' 
me!"... prizes his Blue Scout... 
quiet . . . peeved by nothing to do . . . 
happiness is a six pack at J.R. 's house!! 
Football 2; Weight Lifting 2; Band 1,2; 
Golf 1,2; Senior Show 4. 



"Chris" . . . 
peeved by 
bouncy . 



Christine Ann Harvey 

Grand View Drive 
Plymouth 

pretty . . . college bound . . . 

people who don 't care . . . 

prizes "life" . . . happiness is 
making someone else happy. 
Marching Girls 2,3,4; Future Teachers 
3,4; Homeroom Representative 2,3; Stu- 
dent Council 4; Office Aide 4; French 
Club 2,3; Drama Club 1,2; Pep Squad 1; 
Junior Prom Committee 3; Geological 
Society 1,2; Pilgrim 4. 





Donna Jean Heath 

196 Summer Street 
Plymouth 
"Donna" . . . flirtatious . . . her greatest 
ambition is to find her true love . . . 
"Filler up, Bush" . . . sensitive . . . peeved 
by being depressed . . . but . . . prizes her 
freckles . . . happiness is being tuff!! 
Field Hockey 1; Tennis 1,2,3,4; Sports 
Club 1,2,3,4; AFS 2; Latin Club 2,3 
Marching Girls 2,3,4; Leader Corps 1,2,3 
Secretary -Treasurer 4; Office Assistant 2 
Pilgrim 3,4; Senior Show 4; Future 
Teachers 1,2,3,4; Homeroom Representa- 
tive 1,2,3,4. 



Wanda Dianne Heath 

13 Mayflower Street 
Plymouth 
Wanda . . . friendly . . . "it doesn't mat- 
ter" .. . wants to climb a rainbow... 
composed . . . peeved by rude tourists . . . 
prizes friends like L.R. . . . happiness is 
being with friends. 

Field Hockey 1,2; Basketball 1,2; Tennis 
1,2; Sports Club 1,2,3. 





Plymouth- 



Mary Esther Hernandez 

89 Newfield Street 
"Butterball" . . . petite . . . "That's not 
nice!" . . . hopes to help the needy or . . . 
energetic . . . prizes her cross necklace 
from someone special but dislikes in- 
sincere people and H.R. . . . happiness is 
getting married and having children. 
Library Staff 2,3. 



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Carolyn Frances Henrion 
28 Spooner Street 
Plymouth 
"Callie" . . . cute . . . wants to be happy 
and successful . . . peeved by a certain 
little brother . . . shy . . . happiness is 
those "long weekends" . . . "ya, sure". 
Senior Statistics Staff 4; Senior Show 4; 
Stagecrew "The Apple Tree" 4. 



Class of 1971 




Not Pictured 



Luanne Hoffler 

Gate Street 
North Carver 
"Lu" . . . flirtatious. . . "FHP" . . . hopes 
to be a professional BUM . . . smiley . . . 
prizes her car but snobby people and "the 
Clic" peeve her . . . cheerful. 
Senior Show 4; Pilgrim Staff 4. 



James Hobson 

"Jamus" . . . new addition to P.C. . . . 

"I've seen better heads on buffalo!" . . . 
hopes to become a D.J. . . . agreeable . . . 
prizes his albums . . . happiness is getting 
out of school! (right on!). 





Cheryl Marie Hollis 

6 Shaw Court 
"The visitor"... talkative... "Oh 
Brother" . . . wants to live in eternal 
happiness . . . prizes her watch and those 
(ah ha!!) ... but dislikes 
don't understand her... 
happiness is . . . being hap- 



blue pills . 
people who 
outspoken . . 

py- 

Drama Club 
sentative 1 ,2 



1,2,3,4; Homeroom Repre- 
3,4; Dues Collector 1,2,3,4; 
Future Teachers 3,4; Clarion 3; Junior 
Prom Committee 3; Pilgrim Typing Edi- 
tor 4; AFS 4; Lit 4; Senior Show 4; 
Pilgrim Co-Curriculum Staff 4. 



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Carver H.S. 



Kenneth Todd Holmes 

RFD #3, Carver Road 
Plymouth 
"Benny Bronco"... good-looking... 
"You know that!" . . . ambition . . . to 
live . . . easy going . . . prizes his Bronco 
but Kathie peeves him (ooops!) . . . hap- 
piness is Kathie. 

Baseball 2; Work Study 3,4; A.V. 1,2,3; 
Senior Show 4; "Apple Tree" 4; Talent 
Show 4. 





William Allen Holmes 
Point Road 
"Billy" . . . easy-going . . . prizes his mo- 
torcycle but dislikes getting out of bed 
for school . . . racy . . . likes blue, steak, 
and hockey . . . friendly . . . happiness is 
riding his motorcycle. 



Ralph E. Holmes 
Long Pond Road 
"Loverboy" . . . masculine . . . "Give me 
a beer!" . . . hopes to go into the mari- 
nes . . . likeable . . . prizes his '63 Chevy 
but dislikes Mr. R. . . . happiness is going 
hunting (what for, Loverboy?!!). 



Class of 1971 





Edmund D. Howell 
Federal Furnace Road 
Plymouth 
Chip . . . "Well, alright chicken little" . . . 
independent . . . hopes to get married . . . 
Mr. H. peeves him . . . prizes his dungaree 
jacket . . . rebellious. 
Football 1 . 



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Stephen Joseph Howard 
Valley Road, Box 334 
"Steve" . . . good natured . . . "Hey!" . . . 
hopes to be successful . . . well-liked . . . 
prizes his eighteen foot Novie but dislikes 
hawling lobster gear in rough weather . . . 
happiness is driving a car that has nothing 
wrong with it. 

Freshman Baseball 1; Track 2,3,4; Cross 
Country 3; Senior Show 4. 




Susan Anne Hubbard 
27 Esta Road 
"Super Sis"... quiet... "Das' 
good" . . . hopes to become a computer 
programmer and operator . . . composed 
prizes memories of D.H.S. but peeved by 
Plymouth . . . happiness is a very special 
secret. 
Library Staff 3. 



Paul Vincent Hudalla 

Melix Avenue 
"Houdini" . . . cool . . . "Get off it!" . . . 
hopes to succeed . . . lively . . . prizes a 
pipe but not straight people . . . comi- 
cal .. . happiness is a Friday night at 
Bob's. 




Plymouth- 



Ralph Henry Jameson 

RFD#2 
Buzzards Bay 
"Ralphie" . . . witty... "Are you kid- 
ding?". . . wants to join the Navy . . . 
friendly . . . prizes his license . . . happy 
when staying home on Monday mornings. 
Senior Show 4; Hockey 4; Baseball 4. 




Christine Marie Igoe 
Briggs Avenue 
Manomet 
"Chris"... hopes to be a court steno- 
grapher . . . serious . . . peeved by lies . . . 
happiness is a weekend . . . "Is that a 
fact" . . . likable. 



Class of 1971 



Sharon Jesse 

35 Liberty Street 
"Shar" . . . talkative . . . "My locker 
won 't open!" . . . hopes to attend Nursing 
School . . . enthusiastic . . . prizes a cer- 
tain person but dislikes quiet people . . . 
happiness is when the gang gets together. 



Karl Raymond Jarvio 

Lakeview Street 
South Carver 
Karl . . . carefree . . . "What is it?" . . . 
wants to be rich . . . prizes his license but 
dislikes English teachers . . . good- 
looking . . . happiness is being a teen- 
ager . . . organized. 

N.H.S. 3,4; Yearbook Staff Editor 4; 
Senior Show 4; NMSQT Letter of Com- 
mendation; Steering Committee; Opera- 
tion Impact 3; Operation RAP 4. 








Gene Anthony Kaiser 
20 Peck Avenue 
Plymouth 
"Gene" . . . spirited . . . "You horse's" . . . 
(whoops!!!) . . . hopes to be rich . . . 
good-looking . . . prizes a '67 Cougar but 
not working for a living . . . good 
natured . . . happiness is being with J.S. 
Work Study 3,4; Senior Show 4. 



Carver H.S. 



Peter Fred Kasarjian 
Point Road 
Manomet 
"Pete" . . . easy going . . . wants to be a 
teacher coach ... "I don't care" . . . 
prizes J. P. . . . comical . . . peeved by 
distance!!!! . . . likable . . . happiness is a 
smile on Mr. Ward's face!! 
Soccer 1,2,3,4; Co-Captain 3,4; Baseball 
1,2,3,4; Basketball 2; Hockey 3,4; Chorus 
1,2,3; Homeroom Representative 4. 





Judy Ann Ketchen 

69 Newfield Street 
Plymouth 
"Judy" . . . quiet . . . plans to become an 
Airline Hostess . . . "You have to be 
kidding" . . . finds happiness in not hav- 
ing to get up in the morning! . . . peeved 
by people not being on time . . . prizes 
her license . . . congenial. 
Pep Squad 2; Senior Show 4; Intramurals 
4; Junior Prom Committee 3. 



Scott Kendrick 

40 Warren Avenue 

Plymouth 

, . friendly ... to go on to 

. . and enjoy life . . . "sleas- 

prizes his B.M.W. . . . talka- 

happiness is . . . freedom and 

1,2; AFS 3,4; Debate Club 4; 



"Ken". 

college . 

ey" . . . 

tive . . . 

truth. 

Drama 

Intramural Basketball 1,2. 





Class of 1971 



Debra June Lawrence 

12 Hamilton Street 
"Deb" . . . energetic . . . plans to be a 
nurse . . . "r-r-r!!". . . prizes the blue 
bug. . . "C'mon Cher-yl" . . . peeved by 
ninth period and no more "Boss". . . 
"Monkey Mann" . . . happiness is a ride 
to school and G.G. . . . cute. 
French Club 1,2,3,4; Latin Club 3,4 
Marching Girls 2,3,4; Yearbook Staff 3,4 
Business Staff 4; Future Teachers 2,3 
Future Nurses 4; Senior Show 4; Honor 
Society 3,4. 



Kathleen M. Langille 
Bartlett Road 
Manomet 
"Kathy" . . . reserved . . . ambition . . . to 
be happy in life . . . being grounded 
peeves her. . . "Oh, yea" . . . prizes her 
license . . . finds happiness in J.D. . 
considerate. 
Library 1,2,3,4; Tennis Intramurals 1. 





Anne Marie Leonardi 

37 Spooner Street 
"Anne". . . flirtatious . . . plans to travel 
around the world and find happiness . . . 
"Ya, right!" . . . prizes her kitty . . . and 
dungarees . . . peeved by "the moun- 
tains" . . . outgoing. . . happiness is "July 
18, 1970." 

Band 1,2,3,4; Drama Club 1,2,3; French 
Club 1,2,3; Homeroom Representative 2; 
AFS 3,4; Honor Society 3,4; Future 
Teachers 3,4; Graduation Archbearer 3; 
Senior Show 4; Pilgrim 4; Rotary Guest 
4. 




Diane E. Lewis 

23 Fremont Street 
"Die" . . . cute . . . hopes to leave 
Plymouth with Juney (where?) . . . 
"Don't laugh at me!!" . . . admirable . . . 
prizes her L.S. . . . sweet . . . peeved by 
people who say, "Don't worry about 
it!"... happiness is being loved, (by 
who, Die??). 

Latin Club 1,2; Tennis 2; Senior Show 4; 
Co-Curriculum 4; Talent Show 2,4; Work 
Study 4; Softball 1; Pep Squad 1,2,4; 
Class Representative 3,4. 





Sandra Marian Lindros 
Fosdick Road 
"Sandy" .. . out-going... Hi, hon- 
ey!! . . . and "Ah-ha, right" . . . wants to 
adopt lots of kids . . . aggressive . . . peeved 
by people who waste time . . . prizes her 
friends and her blue snake! . . . agree- 
able . . . happiness is her Karmann-Ghia, 
skiing and Diomedes!! (Well-alrite!). 
Band 1,2,3,4; French Club 1,2; Drama 
Club 1,2; Clarion 2; Archbearer 3; Senior 
Show 4; Yearbook Staff 4; "Lil Abner" 
2; N.E.D.T. Certificate 1. 



Plymouth- 

June Liza Lopes 

88 South Street 
"Juney Bug" . . . flirty . . . Don't worry 
about it, T.B.! . . . hopes to leave 
Plymouth . . . peeves the "Breakfast of 
Champions and a certain "C.L. "!!... 
prizes her orange tie pin and John 
John . . . popular . . . happiness is sleeping 
with her Teddie Bear and those 
nooks???? (who's that, June?). 
Dean's Council 4; Class Vice-President 4; 
Pep Squad 4; Student Council 2; Senior 
Statistics 4; Gymnastics 3; Intramurals 2; 
Junior Committees 3; Talent Show 2,4; 
Senior Show 3,4; Class President 2; Class 
Representative 1,3; Basketball 1; Sports 
Club 1,3; Spanish Club 1,2; Typing Staff 
4; Steering Committee Operation RAP 4; 
Rotary Guest 4; Football Concession 
Stand 3,4; Graduation Usher 2. 







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Lu-Ann Marie Lopes 

84 Hines Avenue 
North Carver 
"Lulu" . . . energetic ... "I don't believe 
it!" . . . Anyway!!" . . . wants to buy R.S. 
a suede vest. . . amiable. . . prizes a St. 
Bernard dog (if she gets it!) ... L.F. and 
her junior year peeve her . . . happiness is 
being with R.S. and G.B.S.S. . . . (what's 
that, Lulu?). 

Softball 3,4; Senior Show 4; Talent Show 
2,4; Dean's Council 3,4; Basketball 1,4; 
Cheerleader 2,3,4; Field Hockey 1; Class 
Representative 1,2,3,4. 



Class of 1971 



John Robert Lynch 

10 Stafford Street 
"Johnny"... "Never the less"... 
quiet . . . ambition is to be a pro baseball 
player. . . peeved by teachers that think 
they know everything . . . reserved . . . 
prizes his license . . . happiness is being 
able to make the team. 
Cross Country 2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; In- 
tramural Volleyball 2,3; Intramural Bas- 
ketball 2,3; Weight Lifting 3,4. 





Donna Jean MacDonald 

7 Grandview Drive 
"Donna" . . . cheerful . . . "I don't believe 
it!" . . . hopes to be happy and work with 
little kids . . . good natured . . . prizes 
memories and her little furry friend but 
dislikes thoughtless people and Latin . . . 
happiness is a nine letter word . . . (what 
can that be, Donna?). 

Graduation Usher 3; Town Meeting 1; 
Marching Girls 1,2,3,4; French Club 
1,2,3; Clarion 2; Future Teachers 2,3; 
Vice President 4; Office Assistant 3,4; 
Latin Club 4; Senior Pep Squad 4; Drama 
Club 2,3; Football Concessions 4; Co- 
Curriculum Staff 4; Senior Statistics 
Co-Editor 4; Senior Show 4. 



Carver H.S. 



Lawrence J. MacKenzie 

70 Sandwich Street 
Larry . . . "Ya right!" . . . friendly . . . 
waiting for a bike to make it to California 
with . . . happy-go-lucky . . . when the car 
goes, that is . . . people who talk too 
much in the morning peeve him . . . prizes 
his Oldsmobile . . . happiness is going to 
Nashua, N.H. 

Hockey; Baseball; Football; Tennis; Work 
Study. 






Jon Henry Marsh 

Center Hill Road 
Jon . . . quiet. . . ambition is for Tribou 
to run his ear into the ground (???) . . . 
school busses peeve him . . . reserved . . . 
prizes his car. . . when someone isn't 
driving it . . . Right? . . . happiness is 
getting out of school . . . Right again! 
Track 1,2; Cross Country 2. 




Thomas Paul Marcyes 
Emerson Road 
"Wolfman" . . . unpredictable... "Main- 
tain" (huh?!!) . . . hopes to be an ocean- 
ographer . . . intelligent . . . dislikes 
work . . . athletic . . . happiness is sleep- 
ing. 

Soccer 2,3,4; Hockey 4; Honor Society 
3,4; NMSQT Letter of Commendation. 




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Class of 1971 



Bryce Dwaine Martin 

Wareham Street 
Bryce. . . quiet . . . "Well alright". . . 
hopes to become a carpenter . . . peeves 
getting up in the morning . . . reserved . . . 
prize possession . . . '63 Chevy . . . happi- 
ness is being with Wendy. 









Nancy Ann Marsh 
Ellisville Road 
"Nanc" . . . original... "Wow, forget 
it!".. . hopes to live a beautiful life of 
Yellerek . . . independent . . . prizes Nira 
and her fantastic machine but peeved by 
uptight people . . . active . . . happiness is 
orange sunshine and the summer. 
Tennis 1,2,3; French Club 1,2; Geological 
Society 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Senior 
Show 4; Drama Club 1,2,3,4; Girls Sports 
Club 1,2,3,4; Operation Impact 3; Pilgrim 
4. 





George Robert Martin, Jr. 
24 Olmstead Terrace 
"George" . . . athletic . . . "Say!!" . . . 
hopes to be a draftsman . . . easy-going . . . 
prizes his license but dislikes long football 
practices . . . happiness is winning!!! 
Football 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2; Basket- 
ball 1; Baseball 1,3,4. 



John Philip Martin 
11 Gould Road 
"Jack"... out-going... "Hey dop- 
ey!!". . . ambition to move to Portugal 
and grow a million dollar inhame crop . . . 
What!! . . . carefree . . . happiness is Sat- 
urday nights at Gut's . . . (where?!!). 
Pilgrim Staff 4; Football 1; Baseball 1; 
Band 1,2,3; Senior Show 4; Intramurals 
2,3,4; Talent Show 2. 






Plymouth- 



Sharon Ann Martin 
Carver Road 
"Shari" . . . intellectual . . . hopes to be a 
teacher and travel . . . active . . . prizes 
her family but her little sister peeves 
her. . . "That's icky" . . . cheerful. . . 
happiness is Saquish. 

National Honor Society 3,4; AFS 2,3,4; 
Math Club 2; Concession Stand 4; Dean's 
Council 1,2,3,4; Geological Society 
1,2,3,4; Graduation Usherette 3; Senior 
Show 4; Pilgrim 4; Rotary 4; Representa- 
tive to 1970 National Youth Conference 
on the Atom 4; Enameling Club 4; Future 
Teachers 3,4; French Club 1,2,3,4; De- 
bate Club 2,3; Drama Club 1,2,3,4; Pep 
Squad 1; Marching Girls 2,3,4; Leader 
Corps 3,4; Student Government Day 1; 
Intramurals 2; Class Representative 2,3,4; 
Dues Collector 2,3,4; "Lil Abner" 2; 
Operation Impact 3; Dance Committees 
2,3,4; Junior Prom Committee 3. 

Class of 1971 

Susan Marie McBride 

33 Castle Street 
"Sue" . . . congenial . . . wants to get 
married and become a nurse . . . (in which 
order, Sue?) . . . devilish . . . "Figured 
you'd say that"... happiness is being 
with Billy K. 

Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Show 
4; Transfer 2. 



Michael Eugene McAuliffe 

43 Dwight Avenue 
"Mike" . . . original . . . "Hey, you got a 
case?"!! . . . hopes to become an engi- 
neer . . . determined . . . prizes a bottle of 
(?!?) BUT... dislikes homework (who 
doesn't)!! .. . happiness is summertime. 
Football 1,2; Basketball 1,2,4; Track 1; 
Intramurals 1,2,3,4. 




Lorraine Margret McBride 
33 Castle Street 
"Rainy "... wants to make the most of 
it . . . cute . . . prizes those memories . . . 
"Mickey Mouse"... intelligent... hap- 
piness is being with Kevin. 
Senior Show 4; Pilgrim 4. 




Karen Ann McCarthy 
21 Davis Street 
"Karen" . . . shy . . . "That's great" . . . 
wants to be a sewing teacher . . . styl- 
ish . . . peeved by snobby people . . . but 
prizes her cat, Missy. 
French Club 2,3,4. 



Carver H.S. 



Paul Cameron McCosh 

24 Sunrise Avenue 
"Paul" . . . good-natured . . . "Ask me if I 
care!"... "Friendly 's" peeve him... 
ambitious . . . prizes a bottle (Of what, 
Paul?!?) . . . talkative . . . happiness is a 
party and . . . 

Pilgrim 4; Editor-in-Chief 4; Operation 
Impact 3; Golf 1,2; Business Staff 4; 
Talent Show 2; Senior Show 4; Alternate 
to Boys' State 3; Graduation Usher 3; 
Junior Prom Committee 3; Honorary 
Rotarian 4. 




Edward Richard Mello 
277 Court Street 
"Eddie" . . . good-natured . . . "Up Cana- 
da!" . . . hopes to go to Portugal and help 
Jack with his inhame farm (????) . . . 
those flashing blue lights peeve him . . . 
active . . . prizes his tape player . . . happi- 
ness is the "Glory of the Mafia". 
Football 1; Basketball 1; Senior Show 4; 
Talent Show 2,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Home- 
room Representative 1,2,3,4; Spanish 
Club 3; School Play 3; Intramurals 2,3,4; 
Dance Committee 1,2,3,4. 




Dale Ann McNeill 
Halfway Pond 
"Goldie" . . . petite . . . "Knuckle- 

head!" . . . wants to work with retarded 
children . . . out-spoken . . . Gingie's 
homeroom teacher peeves her . . . prizes a 
certain "little friend" (who, Dale?) . . . 
being with J.B. makes her happy. 
Senior Show 4; Operation Impact 3. 




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Class of 1971 





Thomas J. Minahan 

Short Street 
Manomet 
"Tom" . . . witty . . . wants to suc- 
ceed .. . (in what, Tom?!!)... "Make 
me!" . . . Tom is happy with a few brews 
in Brewster . . . devilish . . . likes lobster 
and hockey . . . (how 'bout hen-weighs!). 
Soccer 1,2; Hockey 1,2; Homeroom Rep- 
resentative 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 2,3. 



Matthew Joseph Mendes 

Center Street 
"Matt" . . . athletic . . . "If you only 
knew!" . . . wants to be a Physical Edu- 
cation teacher . . . easy going . . . peeved 
by prejudiced people . . . prizes Cabbage 
Head . . . (what's that, Matt?) . . . happi- 
ness is February 23, 1975. 
Football 1; Class Treasurer 1,2; Basket- 
ball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Varsity Club 
2,3,4; Graduation Usher 3; Cross Country 
3; Track 3,4; Spanish Club 3,4; Senior 
Show 4; Pilgrim 4. 





John James Miranda 
RFD #3 Tremont Street 
Carver 
"Jr. "... jovial . . . "Forget it!" . . . hopes 
to play basketball . . . good-natured . . . 
prizes D. W. but peeves getting up on 
Monday mornings . . . prankish . . . happi- 
ness is seeing D. W. (of course!). 
Basketball 1. 






Carol Ann Montanari 

30 Atlantic Street 
"Carol" . . . fun-loving . . . hopes to be a 
rabbit and to go for a ride . . . out- 
going . . . dislikes people calling her Ruth 
Buzzi . . . "I can't take it!!"... talka- 
tive . . . prizes her roadmap to Carver 
(wonder why!?!) . . . happiness is blue 
buttons and friends. 

AFS 1,2,3,4; Drama Club 1,2,3,4; Home- 
room Representative 1,2,3,4; Dues Col- 
lector 1,2,3,4; Dance Committees 1,2,3,4; 
French Club 1,2,3; Town Meeting 1; 
Graduation Usherette 3; Clarion 3; Office 
Assistant 3,4; Marching Girls 3,4; Leader 
Corps 3,4; Future Teachers Treasurer 3,4; 
Basketball and Football Concession 
Stands 3,4; Danceline 4; Pilgrim Co- 
Curriculum Staff Editor 4; Senior Statis- 
tics Staff 4; Honorary Rotarian 4; Latin 
Club 4; Senior Pep Squad 4; Senior Show 
4. 





Susan Jane Mostrom 
5 Lothrop Street 
"Sue" . . . sincere . . . "Are you kidding 
me?" . . . wants to be a teacher. . . but 
movie ratings don't rate with Sue. . . 
prizes that sewing machine . . . dili- 
gent . . . those weekends make her hap- 
py .. . wonder why!?! 
AFS 1,2,3,4; French Club 2,3,4; Pep 
Squad 2; Guidance Aide 2,3,4; Drama 
Club 3,4; Clarion 3; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Future Teachers 3,4; Gradua- 
tion Usherette 3; Pilgrim 4; Senior Show 
4; Rotary Guest 4; "Apple Tree" 4. 





Plymouth- 



"Kim" 
tary . . 
days . . 
ical . . . 
French 



Kimberly Jean Moskos 

51 Alden Street 
. . . quiet . . . hopes to be a secre- 

peeved by working on Satur- 
. "Oh, come on now!" . . . mus- 
happiness is going with Walter. 

Club 1,2; Drama 2,3; Chorus 



1,2,3,4; Pep Squad 2. 



Levi Monteiro 
Off Cherry Court 
"Skipper" . . . appealing . . . "Oh, come 
on!". . . plans to be an engineer . . . 
straight people peeve him . . . prizes his 
cottage . . . congenial . . . happiness is 
Alice. 

Intramurals 2,3,4; Talent Show 2; Band 
1,2,3,4; Dance Band 1,2; French Club 1; 
Spanish Club 2; Senior Show 4. 



Class of 1971 

Suzanne Ekanor Mulley 
60 Summer Street 
"Su-Su" . . . pretty . . . "stay out of it" 
(out of what, Sue!?!) . . . wants to teach 
children and go to California . . . fun- 
loving . . . prizes that little brown bag . . . 
but not Summer's End and those SUPER- 
Straight people . . . finds happiness on 
cloud 999. . . ("OOO yeah "). 
Latin Club 2,3; Basketball 2; Sports Club 
2,3,4; Gymnastics 2,3,4; Senior Show 4; 
Drama Club 4; Future Teachers 3; Chorus 
4; Pilgrim Staff 4; Senior Statistics 4; 
"Apple Tree" 4; Intramurals 2,3,4; Junior 
Prom Committee 3; Operation Impact 3; 
Gymnastics Clinics 3. 





Judith Ann Murphy 
52 Winding Way 
"Judy"... intelligent... "Really?"... 
wants to travel and HOPE? . . . peeved by 
conceited people . . . composed . . . prizes 
her green "ribbitt" . . . happiness was 
those summer nights (with who Judy?). 
Drama Club 1,2,3,4; National Honor 
Society 3,4; AFS 2,3,4; Clarion 3; Future 
Teachers 3; Future Nurses 4; French Club 
1,2; Pilgrim 4; Senior Show 4; Graduation 
Archbearer 3; Operation RAP 4. 



Carver H.S. 



Edward Gerard Mutrie 

Center Street 
Carver 
"Ed"... fun-loving... "Oh my 
God!" . . . ambition ... to be the grand, 
exalted Ruler of Carver (Wow!) . . . 
plastic people peeve him . . . prizes his 
posters . . . creative . . . happiness is those 
little brown bottles (of root beer!?!). 




Daphne June Nickerson 

River Street 
"Daphne" . . . frolicsome . . . wants to be 
happy and travel. . . "Sure you will" . . . 
carefree . . . prizes a ring but conceited 
people peeve her . . . likes navy blue and 
lobster . . . happiness is sleeping late. 




Constance Rae Myers 
11 Cherry Court Street 
"Connie" . . . happy go lucky . . . "Let it 
be!". . . prizes her black knit hat. . . 
peeved by P.P.D.??? . . . but happy when 
there is sunshine! .. . independent... 
hopes to be a psychiatrist. 
Drama 1 ; Chorus 1 ; Barker 1 ; Future 
Nurses 1; Latin Club 2,3; French Club 1; 
Clarion 1; Fashion Show 1; AFS 3; Senior 
Show 4. 



Class of 1971 



Not Pictured 



Anthony Francis Nightingale 

5 Edes Street 
"Tony"... quiet... "You kidding 
me?" . . . wants to work when he's not 
tired . . . agreeable . . . prizes his car and 
license . . . easygoing . . . happiness is get- 
ting paid on Tuesday. 
Baseball 1. 




Norma Jean Nickerson 
200 Summer Street 
"Norma" . . . relaxed . . . "What a 
dude!"... hopes to become a hair- 
dresser . . . devilish . . . prizes George but 
is peeved when that certain person is 
always late! . . . stylish . . . happiness is 
being with G.S. 

Fashion Show 2; Senior Show 4; Talent 
Show 4. 



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Tonya Jean Nix 

58 Crystal Lake Drive 
Carver 
"Toyota" . . . quiet but friendly . . . "Ok 
Jack". . . ambition is to get married. . . 
Aw!... but she's peeved when stood 
up . . . prized possession . . . my can- 
dle . . . happiness is . . . being with 
R.V.T.A. (?). 



Arthur Louis Normand 

Lakeview Street 
South Carver 
"Artie" . . . quiet . . . ambition ... to 
have a lovely love life . . . prizes that 
Rambler "440" and a six pack . . . geni- 
al . . . peeved by a cat named "Shar" or a 
rainy day . . . happiness is . . . a summer 
day at the beach with a . . . yeah!!! 





Plymouth- 



Deborah Ann O'Connor 

28 Olmstead Terrace 
'Debbie"... friendly... "What can 



say? 



wants to be a secretary and to 



travel . . . peeved by . . . the Clique . . . 
who isn't? . . . ambitious . . . prizes her 
license . . . watch out! . . . happiness 
is . . . those Friday and Saturday night 
dates! 

Chorus 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1; Drama 
Club 2,3,4; Senior Show 4; Office Aide 4; 
Pilgrim Secretarial Staff 4. 



Brian E. Northrup 

RFD #4 Sandwich Road 
"Brian" . . . individualistic . . . "Oh that's 
rotten!"... hopes to be a truck 
driver . . . non-conformist . . . prizes that 
Chevy II but tourists peeve him . . . 
independent . . . happiness is getting out 
of here!!! 



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Class of 1971 



Elaine Ginger Orosz 
Hyannis Road 
Manomet 
"Gingie" . . . "Oh, my aching back" . . . 
ambition is to go to school . . . peeved 
without any money ... it does help, 
sometimes . . . prizes her jade . . . idealis- 
tic . . . happiness is being with S. C. (of 
course!). 
Senior Show 4. 



Nancy Gail Ohannessian 

Manomet Avenue 
Manomet 
"Nance"... independent... "Now is 
that the right attitude?" . . . wants to be a 
child psychologist . . . peeved by saluting 
the flag . . . prizes her Irish pine box . . . 
frolicsome . . . happiness is . . . being 
alone on the beach. 

Lab Assistant 2; Drama Club 3; Senior 
Show 4; Girls Track 4. 





Iris Frances Pace 
State Road 
"/". . . talkative. . . "That's not what I 
heard!"... wants to become a veteri- 
narian . . . cheerful . . . prizes the Maver- 
ick but is peeved by some boy's attention 
to their cars . . . happiness is Southie. 
Chorus 1,2,3,4; Latin Club 2; Drama Club 
2,3,4; Senior Show 4; Pilgrim Art Staff 4. 



Carver H.S. 



Linda Jean Pacheco 
7 Lothrop Street 
"Lin" . . . conservative ... "I can't hack 
it!" . . . hopes to work for the govern- 
ment. . . prizes "Grubbie" but dislikes 
too many questions . . . carefree . . . hap- 
piness is going on vacation. 
Pilgrim Typing Staff 4; Senior Show 4. 





David Albert Parent 

Center Street 
Carver 
"Ray". . . easy going . . . "What's wrong 
with you?" . . . wants to become a movie 
star. . . prizes that "66" LANE . . . devil- 
ish . . . peeved by plastic people . . . hap- 
piness is . . . going crazy. 
Intramurals 1 ; Football 1 ; Baseball 4; Latin 
Club 2; Homeroom Representative 
1,2,3,4. 



Alan Padovani 
31 Holmes Terrace 
"Alan". . . quiet . . . ambition is to be- 
come rich fast . . . Great! how are you 
gonna do it? ... a certain girl peeves him 
when in a bad mood . . . prizes his 
Gondola . . . what??? . . . good-look- 
ing . . . happiness is warm summer nights. 
Senior Show 4. 





Class of 1971 





Dianne A. Pearson 
6 Allen Court 
Plymouth 
Dyanne . . . different . . . "Let it be— if 
it's meant to be"... a future social 
worker . . . happiness is "the sun" . . . but 
not N.A.R.K.S. and ripoffs . . . indivi- 
dualistic . . . prizes "Babe". 
Softball 2. 



Laurie . . 
nice" . . 
hanic . . 
morning 
free . . . 



staying on it. 
Basketball 1 . 



Laurie E. Paulding 
Eda Avenue 
South Carver 
friendly . . . "Oh really, that's 
wants to be an auto mec- 
peeved by getting up in the 
. . prizes his license . . . care- 
happiness is . . . work study and 





Pamela Jane Pearson 

457 Rocky Hill Road 
White Horse Beach 
"Pam" . . . pretty . . . prizes vacations and 
her pillow . . . "Can you dig it?" . . . 
sweet . . . wants to be happy, active, and 
successful . . . rainy days and unsociable 
people peeve her . . . happiness is . . . 
going back to California. 
Drama Club 3,4; Chorus 3,4; Pep Squad 
2,3; Senior Show 4; Gymnastics 2,3,4; 
Intramurals 2; Pilgrim Staff 3,4; French 
Club 2; Senior Statistics Staff 4; Junior 
Prom Committee 3. 



Joseph Eugene Peck 

Plymouth Street 
North Carver 
"Joe" . . . eager. . . "Oh, shut up!" . . . 
hopes to be a draftsman . . . friendly . . . 
prizes his license but dislikes teachers 
who know everything... happiness is 
being with A.B. (who, Joe?!). 




Plymouth- 



Gail Marie Pike 
68 Crystal Lake Drive 
Carver 
"Shortie" . . . petite . . . wants to . . . con- 
tinue school and get married . . . 
sweet . . . peeved by a certain art 
teacher . . . prizes . . . one red rose . . . 
happiness is . . . being able to see J.T. 
again. 




Rosemary Pimental 

12 Braunecker Road 
Plymouth 
"Peeee" . . . flirtatious... hopes to 
marry and be happy . . . "Well al- 
right!" . . . witty . . . prizes memories of 
those Saturday night parties at 
B.S.R.R. . . . dislikes weekend fights with 
Steve ... cute . . . happiness is helping 
Doris and Dora and being with Steve (of 
course!). 

Pep Squad 1; Library Staff 1,2; Pilgrim 
Business Staff 2; Prom Committee 3; 
Guidance Aide 3,4; Senior Show 4; 
Pilgrim Statistics Staff 4; Co-Curriculum 
Staff 4. 



Iris Myrta Perez-Gonzalez 
152 Beach Street 
White Horse Beach 
"Suzie" . . . petite... wants to go to 
Nursing School. . . "Really?" . . . peeved 
by Math class and living so far away from 
(?)... prizes . . . Freddy and Sam . . . 
happiness is... that 2:26 bell... and 
being Puerto Rican. 

Graduation Usher 1,2; Pilgrim 4; Intra- 
murals 1; Spanish Club 1,2; AFS 1,2,3,4; 
Future Teachers 2,3,4; Future Nurses 4; 
Dress Code Committee 3. 

Class of 1971 

Denise Ann Jeanine Pineau 
25 Grand View Drive 
Plymouth 
Nicey . . . talented . . . "But 

Tameeee!" . . . ambition . . . to find her 
Don Quixote and surpass her dreams . . . 
plastic people peeve her . . . energetic . . . 
"The Prophet", a white stone, and 
"Peace" are her prize possessions... 
happiness is performing, Plymouth Play- 
ers, pigtails, and 10/2/70. 
Drama Club 1,2,3,4; "Curious Savage" 1; 
"Lil Abner" 2; "Wild Cat" 3; "Apple 
Tree" 4; Marching Girls 1,2,3; French 
Club 1,2,3; Spanish Club 2,3,4; F.T.A. 
2,3,4; Homeroom Representative 3; Ju- 
nior Prom Committee 3; Chorus 1,2,3,4; 
S.E.M.S.B.A. 1,2,3,4; District 3,4; Pilgrim 
Literary Staff 4; Lit 4; Plymouth Singers 
2; Freshman Town Meeting 1; Senior 
Show 4; Talent Show 1,2. 









Dorothy Irene Pond 

Rocky Hill Road 
Dottie . . . petite . . . "What a bum- 
mer" . . . to live free and happy is her 
ambition . . . nervous people peeve 
her . . . talkative . . . prizes an orange 
fuzzy thing. . . knowing her own mind 
and Abington make her happy. 
AFS 4; Drama Club 2,3,4; "Lil Abner" 2; 
"Wildcat" 3; "Apple Tree" 4; Lit 4; 
Youth Advisory Council 3,4; Senior 
Show 4. 



Carver H.S. 



Nina Jean Ponte 
Main Street 
Carver 
"Suki" . . . quiet . . . "That's Weird" . . . 
hopes to live in Boston .... prizes her 
guitar but dislikes Gym class . . . com- 
posed . . . happiness is getting out of 
school. 




Rita Christine Pretti 

11V2 Alden Street 
Rita . . . petite . . . wants to graduate and 
settle down at something (at what, 
Rita?) . . . agreeable . . . peeved by getting 
up early in the morning ("Ha Man!") . . . 
prizes that license . . . and finds happiness 
in having a car. 



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Heinz Praxmarer 
11 Westwood Road 
"57"... our foreign exchange stu- 
dent . . . Heinz wants to be happy and 
make others happy . . . school pressure 
peeves him... "That's horrible!"... 
friendly . . . prizes good music and enjoys 
things that are difficult to get . . . 
(hmmm?!!). 

AFS 4; Latin Club 4; Music Club 4; 
"Apple Tree" 4; Senior Show 4; Rotary 
Guest 4. 



Class of 1971 



Claudia Jean Quillin 

R 169 Billington Street 
"Claudia" . . . cute . . . "Oh, Sue!" . . . 
hopes to finish that movie. . . quiet. . . 
prizes her John May all albums but dis- 
likes not having enough money . . . hap- 
piness is cameras and boots. 
Field Hockey 1; Sports Club 1; Pilgrim 
Art Staff 4. 



Nancy Anne Prout 

Colony Beach Blvd. 
"Nance"... athletic... ambition is a 
career in music therapy . . . active . . . 
peeved by hypocritical people . . . prizes 
that guitar . . . happiness is helping people 
who need it. 

Band 1,2,3,4; Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Bas- 
ketball 2,3; Softball 1,2,3; "Apple Tree" 
4; Senior Show 4; Intramurals 2,3,4; Girls 
Sport Club 1,2,3,4; Drama Club 1,2,3,4; 
Latin Club 3,4. 





Donna Marie Ragazzini 

13 Newfield Street 
"Rags" . . . witty . . . "Forget it" . . . 
wants to become a good secretary . . . 
easy going . . . peeved by people who are 
always late . . . prizes a ring from a 
certain person . . . happiness is when she 
finally gets her license. 



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Linda Raymond 

10 Pierce Avenue 
Linda . . . congenial . . . "cut it out" . . . 
wants to go into nursing . . . reserved . . . 
peeved by inconsiderate tourists . . . 
prizes Snoopy and her close friends . . . 
happiness is being with friends. 
Field Hockey 1,2; Tennis 1,2; Sports 
Club 1,2,3,4; Drama Club 2,3; Senior 
Show 4; Future Nurses 4. 




Plymouth- 



Marguerite Lee Regan 
18 Brookside Avenue 
"Lee" . . . considerate . . . wants to be an 
elementary school teacher... quiet... 
peeved by people who pronounce or spell 
her name wrong . . . prizes her clogs . . . 
happiness is a good book. 
AFS 2,3,4. 




Carol Ann Reed 

Sandwich Road 
"Cay" . . . independent . . . future plans 
include teaching . . . poetic . . . prizes her 
guitar but oh— those greasers! . . . organi- 
zed . . . happiness is ... a warm car. 
Drama Club 1,2,3,4; Latin Club 1,2,3,4; 
Senior Show 4; Operation Impact 3; Lit 
4. 



Class of 1971 



Carl Gerard Reppucci 

101 Beach Street 
Manomet 
"Carl" . . . congenial . . . "Don't knock 
it!" . . . conservative . . . ambition is a 
C.P.A. . . . prizes his license but not the 
name Pooch . . . considerate . . . hap- 
piness is life. 



Keith Stanley Remick 
Fern Street 
Keith . . . fun-loving . . . wants to become 
a draftsman . . . peeved by shy girls . . . 
masculine . . . prizes his car . . . happiness 
is. .. MONEY!! 

Basketball 1; Baseball 1; Band 3,4; Senior 
Show 4. 





David Alan Robertson 
Holmes Street 
Carver 
"Robbie" . . . happy-go-lucky . . 

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surer... wants to ride with Peter 
Fonda... fun-loving... prizes his Big 
Toe but not that 250 Triumph . . . care- 
free . . . happiness is not getting caught 
after a good weekend . . . (doing what, 
Dave?!!). 

Football 1; Homeroom Representative 
3,4; Senior Show 4. 



Carver H.S. 



Susan Lee Ronsheim 
66 Cliff Street 
"Sue" . . . imaginative . . . "That's really 
good" . . . independent . . . wants to work 
with people . . . dislikes time and money 
. . . prizes her sea glass and cape . . . 
happy . . . happiness is being with people 
she loves. 

AFS 2,4; Lacrosse 2; "Apple Tree" 4; 
Debate Club 4. 





Daniel David Ruprecht 
95 Forest Avenue Court 
"Danny" . . . likeable . . . hopes to be- 
come a civil engineer . . . likes steak, 
baseball, and blue (in that order?) . . . 
congenial. 
Baseball 1; Band 3,4; Work Study 4. 



Honour P. Rougeau 

176 Summer Street 
"Honour" . . . sweet. . . "Oh God!" . . . 
cheerful . . . wants to be happy . . . prizes 
her class ring but dislikes insincere peo- 
ple . . . amiable . . . happiness is being 
with a certain someone. 
Chorus 1,2; Senior Show 4. 




Class of 1971 



John P. Ryan 

14 Vernon Street 
"Putt"... outgoing... "So what's the 
story"... hopes to collect unemploy- 
ment... genuine... happiness is a 
quart . . . indestructible! 
AFS 1,2; Homeroom Representative 4; 
Senior Show 4; Intramurals 3,4; Prom 
Committee 3; Latin Club 1. 




James D. Ruxton 
Coles Lane 

Jim . . . lively . . . "you're young, you'll 
over it" . . . wants to own a Jeep V-6 . . . 
what's wrong with the "ole rust buck- 
et"? ... a tease is his pet peeve . . . 
good-looking . . . prizes his supremes . . . 
happy-go-lucky . . . happiness is Friday 
nights. 
Basketball 1; Hockey 3,4. 




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Steve Salgado 
7 Cotton Street 
"Manny" . . . amiable . . . "You got to be 
??? me!!"... ambition is to visit Por- 
tugal . . . peeved by fixing cars . . . fun to 
be with . . . prizes his 61 VW . . . happi- 
ness is "Guts" Camp. 

Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Foot- 
ball 1. 



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Arlene Katharyn Sampson 

257 Sandwich Street 
Arnie . . . unique. . . "Watchum 

Outum" . . . to become aware enough to 
help earth . . . ambitious . . . believes vio- 
lence is unnecessary . . . prizes her life . . . 
happiness is Universal Utopia . . . what a 
beautiful thought!!! 

Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Drama Club 1,2,3; 
AFS 1; Senior Show 4. 





Plymouth- 



Sara Lee Sampson 

10 Bradford Street 
"Sara" . . . shy . . . "Oh, no!!" . . . ambi- 
tion to travel (where?) . . . petite . . . 
peeved by getting up in the morning . . . 
likes pizza and blue. 



Betsy Drew Sampson 

River Street 
"Bets"... bubbly... wants to travel 
around the world and be rich and 
happy . . . spirited . . . peeved by crummy 
people . . . exuberant . . . happiness is . . . 
living in Yellerek. 

Tennis 1,2,3,4; Field Hockey 2,3,4; 
Drama Club 1,2,3,4; Homeroom Repre- 
sentative 1,2; Sport's Club 1,2,3,4; Dues 
Collector 1,2; French Club 1,2; Geologi- 
cal Society 1 ,2; Senior Show 4; "Wildcat" 
3; "Apple Tree" 4; Graduation Usherette 
3. 



Class of 1971 



Jean Marie Scanland 
Long Pond Road RFD #4 
Jean . . . quiet . . . prizes her cultured 
pearl necklace . . . (from who Jean?) . . . 
but peeved by that 10th period class. . . 
determined . . . happiness ... is that pay 
check. 

Drama Club 1,2,3,4; French Club 1,2; 
Future Teachers 1 ; Chorus 1 ; Senior 
Show 4. 







Paul Edward Santos 

224 Court Street 
"Paul" . . . witty . . . "It's a nice night for 
it!"... hopes to succeed... persis- 
tent... prizes the Buick but dislikes 
snobby people . . . happiness is going all 
the way to . . . !?! 

Class President 1; Student Council 1,2; 
Band 1,2; Work Study 2,4; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Senior Show 4; Intramurals 
3,4. 





John Joseph Seaver 
29 Royal Street 
Jack . . . prankish . . . "Yeah, Right!" . . . 
wants to be a forest ranger... out 
dorsey . . . prizes his car, dogs, and 
guns... happiness is a football season 
without a certain uniform . . . (what 
kind??). 

Football 1; Baseball 1; Track 2,3,4; Cross 
Country 3,4; Senior Show 4; Band 1,2,3; 
Intramurals 1,2,3; Prom Committee 3. 



Carver H.S. 



Leonard James Shelley 
State Road 
Manomet 
"Lenny" . . . likable . . . "Well all 
right!"... hopes to join the Air 
Force . . . prankish . . . prizes a girl named 
Nancy but dislikes a certain boy in 
Manomet . . . happiness is being with a 
certain girl from Wayland. 





Joni Lee Sherman 

Off Stafford Street 
Joni . . . lively . . . "What's wrong with 
you?"... To make a certain someone 
happy . . . flirtatious . . . prizes that cer- 
tain 67 Cougar... Joni driving?? .. . 
happiness is being with Gene . . . "Oh, 
those bills!" 
Senior Show 4; Work Study 3,4. 



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Karen Marie Shepard 

344 Hilltop Avenue 
Manomet 
"Karyn" . . . carefree . . . wants to be on 
her own... "Ask me if I care"... 
peeved by super straight people . . . ath- 
letic . . . prizes "Peter Piper" and those 
letters... (from who, Karyn?)... hap- 
piness is those summer nights on cloud 
999. 

Homeroom Representative 1,2,3,4; Field 
Hockey 1,2,3,4; Softball Manager 3,4; 
Girls' Sports Club 1,2,3,4; Drama Club 
1,2; Pilgrim Staff 4; Senior Show 4. 



Class of 1971 



Mark Peter Paul Silva 
100 South Street 
"Marcus Welby, O.D." . . . athletic... 
"I'm hep!"... hopes to travel and be 
with M.T. . . . affable . . . prizes the 350 
SS but dislikes straightees . . . happiness is 
getting down P.G.L. 

Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Var- 
sity Club 3,4; Class Vice President 1; 
Homeroom Representative 2,3,4; Senior 
Show 4. 





Manuel Sousa Silva 
6 Peck Avenue 
"Manny"... happy... plans to be a 
carpenter. . . "Got that right" . . . prizes 
his car . . . carefree . . . peeved by yel- 
low! . . . happiness is being in Cambridge. 





Michael Edward Silva 
21 Forest Avenue 
"Mike" . . . masculine . . . "ya right!" . . . 
ambition to live . . . How, Mike?? . . . 
peeved by teasing teachers . . . prizes 
some booze . . . possessive . . . happiness 
is being with L.M. . . . (at the beach?!). 



Plymouth- 



Ronald Paul Vincent Silva 

Royal Street 
"Ronnie" . . . athletic . . . "I'm hep!" . . . 
hopes to go to college, make alot of 
money, GBSS, and travel (with LuLu, 
Ronnie??) . . . good-looking . . . prizes the 
SS 396 and B.E.D. but not the juices and 
jones . . . happiness is getting down to 
"IT" . . . (what's that Ronnie???). 
Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; 
Track 3,4; Talent Shows 2,4; Senior 
Show 4; Class Representative 1,2,3,4; 
Boys' Sports Club 2,3,4. 



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Judith Ann Smith 

RFD#2Savery'sRoad 
"Judy" . . . friendly . . . "G.D. "... wants 
to become a hairdresser... but peeved 
by bossy people . . . energetic . . . prizes 
her little sister and a ring???... hap- 
piness is . . . being with a certain guy . . . 
H.G.P.??? 

Drama Club 1,2,3; Geology Club 1,2,3; 
Library Staff 3; Pep Squad 2,3; Labora- 
tory Assistance 2. 




John Kevin Smiddy 
Rocky Hill Road 
"Jack" . . . new addition to P.C. . . . 
hopes to become a priest . . . likes pizza 
and red . . . but how about those 9th 
period rehearsals, Jack? . . . reserved. 




Class of 1971 



Carolyn Souza 

21 Union Street 
C.S. . . . witty . . . Y.F.C. . . . plans to live 
in Switzerland . . . carefree . . . followers 
peeve her . . . prizes A.J. . . . found at the 
Hill . . . out to change the world. 
Intramurals 2,3; Clarion 1,2; Bookstore 1; 
Junior Prom 3; Senior Show 4. 



Scott Owen Smith 

307 Charlemont Road 

Pricilla Beach 

"Smitty" . . . nutty . . . "Get lost" . . . 
ambition . . . working on Chevy's . . . 
peeved when he has to fix his own 
Chevy . . . prizes a 64 Chevy . . . and his 
friends . . . happiness is . . . "hie" Bud! 
Drama Club 1,2,3,4; Football 1; Baseball 
1; Senior Show 4. 





Kathleen Marie Souza 
24 Cordage Terrace 
"Kathy" . . . outgoing... wants to ac- 
complish half the things she plans to . . . 
peeved by people with perfect timing . . . 
"Right"... intelligent... happiness is 
L.W., Camp Wayne, Strawberries, and 
peanutbutter . . . prizes her "Teddie 
Bear" . . . and life. 

Girls' Sports Club 1,2,3,4; Field Hockey 
1,2,3,4; Basketball 2; Tennis 2,3; Honor 
Society 3,4; Math Club 3; Senior Show 4; 
Pilgrim Business Manager 4; Drama Club 
1,2,3,4; Geological Society 1,2,3,4; 
French Club 1,2,3,4; Latin Club 2; 
Weather Observer 1,2; NEDT Letter of 
Commendation; Co-Student Director for 
"The Apple Tree" 4. 



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Carver H.S. 



Maria Teresa Stapleton 
Warren Avenue 
Ree . . . conservative . . . wants to be an 
artist... "Oh Well"... plans that go 
wrong peeve her . . . prizes her radio . . . 
artistic . . . happiness is the weekends. 




Donna Lee Stenquist 
RFD 2 Herring Pond Road 
Cedarville 
Donna . . . adventurous . . . "Oh No" . . . 
ambition is to travel . . . "straight" people 
bug her . . . prizes a certain watch . . . 
tiny . . . happiness is lying in a big field of 
tall grass. 




Debra Leigh Stas 
14 North Spooner Street 
"Debbie" . . . carefree . . . "Yea 
right"... hopes to be a store detec- 
tive . . . friendly . . . prizes her 66 Mus- 
tang but dislikes being told what to 
do . . . cute . . . happiness is Sundays at 
New England Dragway. 
Lab Assistant 2. 




Class of 1971 







Richard Robert Studley 

28 Whiting Street 
"Stud" . . . comical. . . "Achto- 

lieber" . . . hopes to become a pilot . . . 
athletic... prizes his 1962 Studebaker 
Lark but dislikes people who don't use 
turn signals . . . happiness is a flu epide- 
mic (WHAT!). 

Football 2,4; Track 2,3,4; Baseball 1; 
Math Club 3; Senior Show 4. 



Diane Stevens 
8 Stoddard Street 
"DiDi" . . . friendly . . . "What a Bum- 
mer" . . . people who hate peeve her. . . 
hopes to make someone happy . . . prizes 
Samantha . . . happy . . . happiness is 
Greg. 

Field Hockey 1,2; Tennis 1,2,3,4; Senior 
Show 4; AFS 1; Girls' Sports Club 
1,2,3,4; Pilgrim Staffs 4; Homeroom 
Representative 1,2; Football Concession 
Stand 4; Pep Squad 1; Graduation Usher 
3; Department Secretary 4; Rotary 4. 





James William Talbot 

16 South Street 
"Willie" . . . amiable . . . "Tell me about 
it!" . . . hopes to play pro ball . . . prizes 
his license but dislikes school and phony 
people . . . sportsminded . . . happiness is 
being with "V.A.M. " 
Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2. 



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Robert William Telless 

West Street 
Carver 
"Bob" . . . amusing. . . "Oh yea!" . . . 
hopes to become a Certified Public 
Accountant . . . natural. . . prizes his pic- 
tures of a certain junior girl but a certain 
junior girl peeves him (?!?) ■ ■ ■ happiness 
is being with that certain junior girl (you 
sure, Bob?). 

Baseball 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2; Latin Club 
1 ; A . V . Staff 1 ; Senior Show 4 . 





Plymouth- 



Michelle Rae Thatcher 

5 Siepit Street, Box 131 
South Carver 
"Shelly" . . . relaxed . . . "Ya sure!" . . . 
hopes to travel . . . good-natured . . . 
prizes her pearl ring but snobs and 
conceited people peeve her . . . happiness 
is being with that certain guy (of 
course!). 

Future Nurses 3,4; Cafeteria Aide 3,4; 
Chorus 2,3; AFS 2; Pep Squad 4. 






John Peter Thatcher 

5 Seipit Street 
South Carver 
"J.T. "... friendly... hopes to rule 
South Carver (right on!) . . . prizes the 
"Fast Falcon" but not the lady next door 
(who's that, John?) . . . happiness is the 
weekends . . . comical. 
Audio-visual 1,2,3,4; Senior Show 4; 
Intramural Baseball 3. 



Class of 1971 



Lorraine Isabel Thomas 
Evergreen Drive 
Manomet 
Lorrie . . . congenial . . . "Really??" . . . 
wants to be a secretary . . . peeved by 
show offs . . . prizes her car... "ambi- 
tious" . . . happiness is June "71 ". 



Cheryl Jean Thomas 

83 Sandwich Street 
Cheryl... quiet... "You got to be 
kidding?"... wants to find herself... 
peeved by people who interfere . . . ma- 
ture . . . prizes that certain ring . . . hap- 
piness is Freedom. 
Softball 1; Basketball 1,2; Field Hockey 





Cheryl Inez Thompson 
Shore Drive 
"C.T. "... sociable . . . "I'm sorry" . . . 
hopes to be happy . . . intelligent . . . 
prizes her knife but dislikes being teased 
by Tickie . . . happiness is nickels and 
Camp Wayne and the G.R.O.O.P. 
AFS 1,2,3,4; French Club 1,2,3; Drama 
Club 1,2,3,4; Clarion 2; Geological 
Society 1,2,3,4; Weather Observing 
1,2,3,4; Honor Society 3,4; Senior Show 
4; Pilgrim 4. 






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Carver H. S. 



Lewis Grady Thompson 

464 Rocky Hill Road 
Manomet 
"Butch"... new addition to P.C. . . . 
hopes to graduate . . . (wonder 
why?!)... happiness is 2:26 P.M.... 
reserved... prizes his 1915 Kodak 
Camera. 





Denise Ruth Vaughn 
Sandwich Road 
"Denise" . . . artistic ... "/ guess" . . . 
wants to paint her way over and around 
the Earth!! . . . Peeved by her own pro- 
crastination???!! . . . prizes her friends, a 
silver barrette, and solitude ... cute . . . 
happiness is windy days and Steingberg. 
Sports Club 1; Field Hockey 1; Library 
Aide 2; Art Staff. 



John Francis Tynan, II 

280 Sandwich Street 
"J.T. "... easy-going... wants to do 
whatever he wants (??) . . . "And God 
said it couldn't be done!" . . . prizes his 
shotgun but Norton peeves him . . . 
happiness is orange and white. 
Soccer 2,3,4; Latin Club 2,3; Pilgrim 4; 
Chess Club 3,4; Homeroom Representa- 
tive 3; Senior Show 4. 



Class of 1971 



Edward Viera 

Plymouth Street 
Carver 
"Ed" . . . shy . . . wants to be a Computer 
Programmer . . . peeved by noise . . . 
Carverite . . . prizes his money and is 
happy with plenty of it. 



Susan Gaye Vecchi 
Burgess Road 
"Toowie" . . . energetic . . . "How come, 
why not?"... ambition to be a social 
worker and help someone . . . active . . . 
prizes her parents and an O.C.L. Track 
Medal . . . dislikes snobs and prejudiced 
people . . . happiness is making someone 
else happy. 

Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Tennis 1,2,3,4; 
Student Council 1,2; Treasurer 3,4; AFS 
1,2; Girls' Sports Club 1,2,3,4; Future 
Teachers 1,2,3,4; French Club 2,3; Pil- 
grim 4; Senior Show 4; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Graduation Usherette 2; 
Archbearer 3; Dance Committee 1,2,3,4; 
Student Government Day 1. 





Gerald A. Voght 

414 Court Street 
"Unie" . . . fovial (KMA) . . . wants to be 
happy in life . . . peeved by getting up in 
the morning for school . . . genial . . . 
happiness is Graduation. 






Carol Katherine Wagner 
Rocky Hill Road 
"Carol" . . . energetic . . . 
wise "... hopes to go to college 
in the auditorium peeves her . 
her yellow rabbit . . . friendly . 
ness is getting home from school early. 
Softball 1; Basketball 2; Field Hockey 
2,3,4; Girls' Sports Club 2,3,4; Tennis 1. 



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"You're 

. . study 

. prizes 

happi- 





Plymouth- 



Diane Ward 

Gate Street 
Carver 
"Di" . . . shy . . . "na-nah-ne nah" . . . 
hopes to be a Nurses Aide . . . prizes her 
set of keys . . . peeved by slow drivers . . . 
bibliophile . . . happiness is putting away 
in my blue Bug-Volks . . . that is!!!??? 
Chorus 1,2,3,4; Drama Chorus 4. 



Jack Arnold Walton 

43 Mayflower Street 
Plymouth 





Class of 1971 



Theresa Waterhouse 
Stafford Street 
"Teri" . . . feminine... "Are you kid- 
ding"... wants to make that certain 
Navy boy happy . . . prizes her diamond 
but peeves people who aren't true to 
themselves . . . sweet . . . happiness is 
June 27, 1971 . . . M.T.F. 



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Margaret Evelyn Warner 

216 Warren Avenue 

"Mara" . . . easy-going . . . hopes to teach 

kindergarten... "Don't worry about 



it!". 

late . 

lets . 

da!?! 

Chorus 1,2,3,4; Senior 

room Representative 4; 

Pilgrim 4. 



peeved by people who are 
happy . . . prizes her silver brace- 
happiness is Christmas in Flori- 



Show 4; Home- 
Drama Club 2,3; 






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Gordon Paul Webber 
Box 282 Power Horn Pond 
"Gordon" . . . musically inclined . . . 
wants to be rich . . . peeved by English 
classes . . . prizes his 57 Oldsmobile . . . 
determined . . . happiness is Ice Fishing 
and Pizza. 

Band 1,2,3,4; Dance Band 3; S.E.M.SBA 
2. 






Carver H.S. 



Stephan Michael West 
Samoset Street 
"Stevie" . . . quiet... "Alright, forget 
it" . . . plans to get his diploma and marry 
Patti . . . peeved by being told what to 
do . . . serious . . . prizes his German 
shepherd, Eric . . . happiness is being with 
Patti. 




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Laurel Elaine Wilbur 
High Street 
Carver 
"Pilgrim" . . . friendly . . . ambition is 
H.O.P.E. . . . "Sure" . . . prizes her sweat- 
er . . . happy . . . peeved by chronic com- 
plainers . . . happiness is going to Boston. 
Chorus 1; Latin Club 1,2,3; Drama Club 
2,3,4; Pilgrim 4; AFS 1; Leader Corps 
1,2,3,4; Honor Society 2,3,4; Tennis 
Intramurals 2,3; Senior Show 4; Gym- 
nastics 2,3,4. 




Karen J. Whiting 
White Horse Beach Road 



"Jeannie" . . . sweet . . 
pie" . . . wants to go 
unsociable 
out spoken . 



"Strange peo- 
on to modeling 
people peeve 
prizes a stuffed 



school . 

her . 

Snoopy 

Billy. 

Library 

Impact 2,3; Senior Show 4; Ski Club 4. 



dog and beautiful memories of 
1; Junior Prom 3; Operation 



David Smythe Whiting 

215 Sandwich Street 
"Dave" . . . athletic . . . ambition is to . . . 
"Shoot the Moon"... "Hey, What da 
hey!"... prizes his bik's . . . good- 
looking. . . peeved by "27 and 14!" . . . 
happiness is driving the "Toy". 
Senior Show 4; Town Government Day 1; 
Boys' State 3; Honor Society 3,4; Junior 
Prom Committee 3; Graduation Usher 2,3; 
Concessions 3,4; Dance Committees 
1,2,3,4; Weight Training 2,3,4; Band 1,2; 
Boys' Sport Club 1,2,3,4; Football 
1,2,3,4; Captain 4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Hoc- 
key 2,3,4; Varsity Club 2,3,4; Homeroom 
Representative 1,2; Class President 3,4; 
Student Council 3,4. 

Class of 1971 



Debra Jean Willard 
Center Hill Road 
"Debbie" . . . happy . . . "You wish you 
could!". . . hopes to be a sky diver. . . 
congenial . . . prizes two highway signs 
but not snobby people . . . well-liked . . . 
happiness is being with D.M. 
Homeroom Representative 1,2,3,4; Se- 
nior Show 4; AFS 1; Pilgrim Art Staff 4; 
French Club 1,2; Concessions 3,4; Drama 
Club 3. 






Bruce Delano Williams 

Wareham Street 
South Carver 
"Bruce" . . . masculine ... "/ don't 
know"... wants to be richer... ami- 
able . . . prizes his Nova but plastic people 
peeve him . . . happiness is going on a 
good trip . . . (with who, Brucey?!!). 
Intramural Weight Lifting 1,2,3,4; Senior 
Show 4. 



Ruth Ellen Wilson 

West Street 
Carver 
"Ruth" . . . happy . . . hopes to be a 
physical therapist . . . peeved by grumpy 
people . . . happiness is not having prac- 
tice after school . . . athletic . . . prizes 
her guitar. 

Field Hockey 2,3; Basketball 1,2,3; Ten- 
nis 1,2; Band 3,4; Girls' Sports Club 
1,2,3. 





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Richard Fay Withington 
165 Sandwich Street 
"Tick" . . . handsome . . . prizes his for- 
getful mind! . . . often heard saying 
" . . ." (that's our Tick!!) . . . peeved by 
time . . . easy-going . . . happiness is 
I.P.S. . . . happy! 
"Apple Tree" 4. 



Class of 1971 

Lois Tamson Wood 

194 Summer Street 
"Tammy" . . . outgoing . . . ambition is to 
be creative, happy and free . . . "Anyhow, 
right?" . . . peeved by anti-cultural people 
and narrowmindedness . . . talented . . . 
prizes her life . . . "and the people I 
love"... happiness is Plymouth Play- 
er's . . . and the cottage. 
Honor Society 3,4; Geological Society 
1,2,3,4; Drama Club 1,2,3,4; "Wildcat" 
Student Director 3; "Apple Tree" Busi- 
ness Manager 4; Intramurals 1; Home- 
room Representative 3; Latin Club 3; 
Senior Snow 4; Chorus 4; Basketball 
Manager 1,2,3; Pilgrim Literary Staff 4 
Girls' Sports Club 1,2,3,4; Lit Staff 4 
Project "Impact" Planning Committee 3 
Co-Student Director of "Apple Tree" 4 
N.M.S.Q.T. Letter of Commendation. 



Howard Wood 

River Street RFD #4 
"Howie" . . . carefree... "AT- 

TACK!!"... wants to get along... 
peeved by Mary 's relatives . . . prizes 
Mary . . . clownish . . . happiness is being 
with Mary . . . (naturally!). 
Soccer 2,3,4; Track 1,2,3. 




Plymouth- 
Carver H.S. 



Cynthia Mae Wood 
67 Alden Street 
"Cindy" . . . happy . . . "Oh yeah!" . . . 
wants to become a bookkeeper and travel 
a lot . . . peeved by that car and those 
back seat drivers . . . thoughtful . . . prizes 
"Herman and memories" . . . happiness is 
no work, and the weekends. 
French Club 1; Chorus 1; Work Study 3; 
Senior Statistics Staff 4; Drama Club 4; 
Senior Show 4. 




Lee M. Woodworth 
Sandwich Road 
"Lee Roy" . . . good-looking . . . "Hey so 
what's up?"... wants to get out of 
school . . . carefree . . . prizes his motor- 
cycle . . . outdoorsy . . . happiness is 
being with his girl, (who's that, Lee!). 



Daniel J. Wrin 

124 ArlingRoad 
Pricilla Beach 
"Dan" . . . good-looking . . . "All right, all 
right, all right!" . . . wants to be a police- 
man . . . (are you sure 'bout that?!!) . . . 
athletic . . . Danny prizes his car but that 
first period Spanish class peeves him . . . 
happiness is football. 

Football 1, 2, 4; Intramural Basketball 1, 
2, 3, 4; Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 2; 
Track 2, 3, 4. 





Lorraine Elise Young 

High Street, North Carver 
"Mouse"... quiet... wants to find 
Michael. . . "What a pain!!". . . peeved 
by that ninth period English teacher but 
prizes her necklace . . . good-natured . . . 
happiness is being with Kenny. 
A.F.S. 1; Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama 
Club 3, 4. 



Dennis Charles Wrin 

124 Arlington Road 
Pricilla Beach 
"Denny" . . . outgoing . . . ambition is 
to . . . make a living without working! . . . 
"Oh' Lord!" . . . prizes his license . . . but 
peeved by "girls who say not too 
much" . . . cute . . . happiness is . . . 24 
cans in a box! 

Hockey 2; Football 1,2; Soccer 2; Base- 
ball 2; Senior Show 4; Work Study 4. 




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In Memory of 



Racheal McCarthy 
Rebecca McCarthy 



Spring goeth all in white 
Crowned with milk-white may. 
In fleecy flocks of life 
O'er heaven the white clouds stray 

— Robert Seymour Bridges 



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Senior Superlatives 







PHYSICAL EDUCATION 
GIRLS 



CLASS WITS 
Ramona Almeida, Thomas Minahan 





HAPPY-GO-LUCKY 
Joan Bastoni, David Robinson 



DONE MOST FOR PCHS 
Patricia Estes, David Whiting 



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BEST ALL AROUND 
Susan Vecchi, Mathew Mendes 



Senior Superlatives 




CLASS SWEETHEARTS 
Patricia Edwards, Stephen West 



AFS STUDENTS 
Rosanna Costa, Heinz Praxmarer 



MOST TALENTED 
Kathleen Dietlin, Stephen Ferro 




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MOST TALKATIVE 
Cheryl Govoni, James Correa 




MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 
Sharon Martin, Thomas Marcyes 



BEST DANCERS 
June Lopes, Mark Silva 



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BEST DRESSED 
Marie Brigida, Alan Costa 



CLASS FLIRTS 
Deborah Bither, Gary Bocacci 



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Senior 
Superlatives 




PERSONALITY PLUS 
Susan Vecchi, Peter Kasarjian 



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BEST LOOKING 
Suzanne Mulley, Danny Wrin 




CLASS OPPOSITES 
Gail Pyke, David Curtis 



BEST ATHLETES 
Barbara Barrows, Ronnie Silva 



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Senior 
Superlatives 




SHYEST 
James Cook, Diane Ward (not present) 




HIGHWAY MENACES 
Joan Sherman, William Bazinski 



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Jewish Brotherhood Award 
David Whiting 



Presidential Classroom 
John Tynan 



1970 National Youth 

Conference on the Atom 

Sharon Martin 




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Massachusetts Boys' State 
David Whiting, Alan Dunham 



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Senior Honors 




DAR Good Citizen Award 
Marie Brigida 



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Donna MacDonald 



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15th International Edison Birthday Celebra- 
tion — Karl Jarvio 



Plymouth's Junior Miss — Kathleen Dietlin 




Senior Honors 



Massachusetts Girls' State — Arlene Sampson, 
Kathleen Dietlin 




Massachusetts Student Government Day — John Collins 




National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test Letter of Com- 
mendation — Ann Best, Karl Jarvio, Tamson Wood, Thomas 
Marcyes, Carolyn Freeman 




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Ideal Boy & Girl 



-has hair like John Ryan, Diane Correira 

-has eyes like Fred Drake, Chris Grady 

-has a smile like Jim Ruxton, Sue Vecchi 

-has legs like John Ryan, Jenny Butterfield 

-has a voice like Steve Ferro, Denise Pineau 

-has the physique of ... . Danny Wrin, Sue Mulley 
-has a complexion like . . Dave Agnew, Pam Geddis 




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Senior Favorites 



Favorite Hangout the beach 

Favorite Male Teacher Mr. Taylor 

Favorite Female Teacher Miss Draghetti 

Favorite Novel . .Valley of the Dolls 

Favorite Movie Easy Rider 

Favorite Song I'll Be There 

Favorite Food pizza 

Favorite Sport football 



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Class 




Mr. Cingolani we hereby bequeath a pair of bell-bottom dungarees and a 
black leather jacket. 



To Mr. Holton we leave a pair of legs just like Mr. Hatch 's. 

To Mr. Flemming we give an office of his own-downtown. 

To Mrs. Urann we leave a mother's pin engraved with each Senior's name. 

To Mr. Baden we bequeath a solid gold statue of the one and only— Tom 
Minahan. 



To Miss Boucher we leave her own published version of "The Good Old 
Days. " 

To Mr. Briggs and Miss Draghetti we give a theatre of their very own. 

^To Mr. Cohen we leave a secretary complete with typewriter and mimeo- 
V, graph machine to do his work. 

7% Mr. DeSisto we give a color, 8 x 10, autographed picture of his 
homeroom. 

To Mr. Hatch we leave our All-Stars, Pete and Tick, plus a years supply of 
oranges. 

To Miss Johnson we hereby bequeath a life-size portrait of Hofstadter. 

To Mr. Robinson we leave a pair of orange gloves to direct traffic in the 
halls. 




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Watchinfijfeeswnsalong the way, 

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And when the evening comes we smile, 

So much of life ahead 
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We've Only Just Begun 



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Class Flower 

the poppy 




Class Poem 

The years rolled by us, 

with changing tides and 
crashing waves, 

sometimes ebbing but never 
still. 

So late before we could 
comprehend 

that this enormous wave 
transformed a swell 

and was drawn back to the 
sea 

where it was lost but never 
forgotten. 

Reluctant to stay and watch 
the sea, 

for there would never be a 
wave as high. 

But we learned that just as 
our wave departed, 

so does each day end. 

And it's the beginning of 
a new day, 

and as we walk en 

the salt water comes crashing 
against the rocks. 

Not like any wave we have 
known before, 

but even more exciting. 
—Sue Mulley 



Class Color 

blue 



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Junior Prom 1970 




The Grand March Begins 



Queen Christine is Crowned 



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P-C faculty vs. the Harlem Diplomats 







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The Juniors 






I shouldn't have stayed out so late last night. 




Yes, I do believe you have a problem. 



Oh c'mon, he'll never know! 




A little more here, a little less there. 





That famous smile. 



The Sophomores 




What is she really thinking about? 



Wouldn't you like to know! 





One of the intelligent few. 




Is it an interesting book? 



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Class Officers: D. Brewster, President; J. Freymouth, Secretary; D. Duarte, Treasurer; J. May, Vice-President. 




I don't think he's that nice! 



Oh c'mon, it wasn't that funny! 





A rare occasion, Jimmy at work. 



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The Freshmen 



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Class Officers: D. Harvey, Treasurer; J. Brigida, Secretary; J. Enabenter, Vice-President; J. Silva, President. 






Peaches and cream for the next three years. 



If I don't look up, then maybe she won't call 
on me. 



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Who's he trying to kid? 




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A real chip off the old block. 





Is the teacher really that interesting? 



Let me get it. I'm old enough now. 



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Flux and frustration play havoc 

in a stormy soul, 

Emotions gush over endless horizons. 

In fleeting moments, the obscurity of 

the future becomes devastating reality; 

And you come to blows with yourself 

To "fill the unforgiving minute 
with sixty seconds worth of distance run" 
is the lesson for today. 
Corner it within the barefoot 
fragments of your mind. 

— Carol Copley 




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Row 1: R. Walker; K. Campbell; F. Drake; R. Studley;G. Martin; R. Silva; D. Whiting; D. Curtis; D. Wrin; R. Lucero;C. Pratt. Row 
2: J. Balboni; K. Pimental; D. Ruxton; M. O'Connor; M. Pimental; R. Torrey; D. Collins; B. Axon; M. Banker; J. Fernandez; R. 
Canevazzi. Row 3: S. Carlise, N. Torrey; T. Stefani; L. Davis; P. Siedan; M. Tribble; B. Collins; W. Roncratti; G. Brady; S. Scott; P. 
Henry; P. Maccaferri. 




Make way ! 




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Eagles Fought Hard 
In Spite of Defeat 



Led by Tri-Captains David Whiting, George Martin, 
and Ronald Silva the Plymouth-Carver Blue Eagles 
fell victims of a luckless 0-8-1 season. P-C's best game 
was against our "Turkey Day" rivals, Silver Lake. 
Although Silver Lake prevailed 19-14, Plymouth- 
Carver led throughout most of the game, Ronnie Silva 
threw two touchdown passes and Joe Balboni added 
two conversions in the loss. 

Although P-C put up a good fight during the 
season against Rockland and Middleboro, they could 
not capitalize on the scoring plays. 

The highlights of the season were the fine plays of 
quarterback Ronnie Silva and fullback Mark Silva. 
Three freshmen Jay Fernandez, Mark Banker, and 
Brian Axon added hope for the future by making 
varsity. 

Even though it was a poor season the Blue Eagles 
were carried through by their undying spirit. 




Torro! Torro! 






I want you ! 



Duh 



Luckless Season For 
New Coach Urban. 




Where's the ball? 
Hey Buster, "Any gatorade left?" 





Take it easy boys — he's one of us! 



Thanks for the boost! 




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Hey look — we're in step! 

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Butterfingers! 





Row 1: J. Selva; J. Correa; R. Baietti; J. Tribble; B. Giovanetti; K. Lynch; R. Curtis. Row 2: R. Cash; K. Flockton; M. Nunes; B. 
Warner; H. Maccaferri; J. Lopes; S. Figlioli. Row 3: D. Daikh; T. Browning; D. Silvia; T. Silva; R. Lapworth; R. Ruprecht. 



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Underclassmen Shon 




Look, Mr. Cryer I can almost touch my toe! 



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Promise For The Future 





Stretch ! ! ! 




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Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No — it's 
Dan Wrin! 



Soccer 




Front Row: R. Sullivan, P. Kasarjian, R. Withington, J. Tynan, 
T. Marcyes, P. Haigh, A. Mendes, W. Davis; Second Row: R. 
Dethleson, P. Eddy, E. Coleman, K. Banker, G. Hart, M. 
Williams, M. Coombs, D. Lobel, W. Buttner; Third Row: P. 
Paoletti, D. Bongiovanni, M. Perreira, S. Anderson, P. Marinos, 



K. Christofori, W. Costa; Fourth Row: M. Litel, G. Moskos, G. 
Bolduc, J. Gilmore, W. Bagley, D. Haire; Absent: D. Correira, 
B. Lane, J. Wood, A. Budge, J. Lauen, E. Lauen, M. Withing- 
ton. 




Soccer has finally come into its own at 
Plymouth-Carver High. Going into its fourth sea- 
son P-C had notched one one and one tie in 
three years. But this was the year P-C opened 
the year by exploding on Norwell (5-2), to 
double their victory total. P-C also notched (3-0) 
wins over Franklin and Avon and beat Sharon 
(4-0) and South Shore Voc. (2-1). Going into 
Scituate P-C had a five win — five loss record 
and a chance for its first winning season. Then 
the seemingly impossible happened. P-C scored 
twice in the first half and twice in the second 
half to beat Scituate (4-2) and in so doing, 
secured its first winning season. All of the play- 
ers would like to express their gratitude to Mr. 
Ward without whom a winning season couldn't 
have been possible. 



Our Mascot? 




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c'mon, you can't all get in the picture! 





Watch me, boys! 



OK, Coach, I won't trip him! 



Kasarjian Leads Team in Scoring 





Is it a bird? Is it a plane? It's . . 





Tommy 


uses a little 


leg. 




Soccer Record for the Varsity Team 




Norwell 


2 


P.C. 




5 


Foxboro 


5 


P.C. 




1 


Quincy 
Franklin 


3 



P.C. 
P.C. 





3 


S.S. Voc. 


1 


P.C. 




2 


No. Quincy 
Sharon 


6 



P.C. 
P.C. 




1 
3 


Duxbury 
Avon 


7 



P.C. 
P.C. 




1 

4 


Hing. 
SCH 


3 
2 


P.C. 
P.C. 






4 



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Girl's Field Hockey 








Varsity Hockey Record 




PC 


4 


Rockland 





PC 


3 


Silver Lake 


1 


PC 


5 


Middleboro 





PC 





Bridgewater-Raynham 


1 


PC 


2 


Hingham 


3 


P-C 





Abington 





PC 


4 


Sacred Heart 





P-C 


2 


Whitman-Hanson 


1 


PC 


1 


Scituate 


1 


P-C 


5 


Middleboro 





P-C 





Bridgewater-Raynham 


1 


P-C 


3 


Silver Lake 






The team in action. 





I didn't want to play anyway. 



Despite the gaps left by last years seniors, the 
Girl's Varsity Field Hockey Team, under the coaching 
of Miss Nancy "Murt" MacDuffee, still managed to 
come up with a winning season. Behind the consistent 
scoring of the forward line, the girls scored 29 goals, 
while their opponents were able to score only 8 goals 
against P.C.'s stubborn defense. The girls finished in 
second place with 7 wins, 3 losses, and 2 ties. 

The Junior Varsity, under the coaching of Miss 
Janet Drury, finished the season with 3 wins, 3 losses, 
and 6 ties. The girls displayed great sportsmanship 
and potential for next year's varsity. 



Murt cracks a joke. 



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Girl's Varsity Field Hockey Team 

Row 1: A. Sampson, co-capt., Miss MacDuffee, coach, B. Barrows, co-capt., Row 2: S. Vecchi, K. Shepard, L. Taylor, H. McNeil, 
L. Mitchell, C. Wagner; Row 3: C. Souza, A. Jaeger, S. Ferrari, S. Whiting, N. Prout. 



Oh no, not again! 








J. V. Hockey Record 




PC 


1 


Rockland 


1 


P-C 


1 


Silver Lake 





PC 


1 


Middleboro 





P-C 


1 


Bridgewater-Raynham 


1 


PC 





Hingham 


1 


P-C 





Abington 


2 


P-C 





Sacred Heart 





P-C 





Whitman-Hanson 





P-C 


2 


Scituate 


1 


P-C 





Middleboro 





P-C 





Bridgewater-Raynham 





P-C 


1 


Silver Lake 


2 



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P.C 52 

P.C 37 

P.C 67 

P.C 62 

P.C 46 

P.C 48 

P.C 70 

P.C 61 

P.C 57 

P.C 51 

P.C 61 

P.C 57 

P.C 58 

P.C 84 

P.C 54 

P.C 54 

P.C 63 



Silver Lake 50 

Abington 41 

Bridgewater-Raynham 66 

Whitman-Hanson 47 

Scituate 41 

Middleboro 51 

Hingham 67 

Rockland 85 

Abington 74 

Silver Lake 46 

Bridgewater-Raynham 63 

Scituate 71 

Middleboro 57 

Hingham 78 

Rockland 79 

Randolph 47 

Randolph 47 




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Gary stuffs one!! 



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Front: J. Enabenter; A. Barret; P. Mazzilli; G. Boccaci; K. Furtado; R. Miranda. Standing: M. Silva; S. Freymouth; J. Thorn; M. 
Lyons; M. Mendes; M. Williams; R. Silva; Coach H. Rogers. 





What's going on up there???? 



What's the matter Paul, tacked to the 
floor???? 



101 



Plymouth-Carver had its most exciting season ever this year. 
P-C may not have won all of their games but they did make them 
all exciting. P-C opened the season with a thrilling (52-50) victory 
over their rivals, Silver Lake. Later on in the season P-C's most 
thrilling games were against Bridgewater and Middleboro. In these 
games, P-C took away one point victories in the closing seconds. 
The season was highlighted by the (54-47) win over Randolph 
which put Coach Hank Rogers over the 300 win mark in his 20 
years of coaching at P-C. 



Rogers Attains His 300th Win!! 





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1st Row: Kneeling Left to Right: D. Fernandes; S. Govoni; R. Andrade; S. Hahn. Standing: H. Cryer; R. Walker; R. King; B. 
Buttner; B. Bonney; J. Gilmore; D. Ruxton; G. Bolduc; G. Berardi. 




Aw come on — we're 20 points ahead. 



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P.C 40 Silver Lake 30 

P.C 35 Abington 29 

P.C. ... 45 Bridgewater-Raynham 40 

P.C 37 Whitman-Hanson 15 

P.C 46 Scituate 41 

P.C 46 Middleboro 49 

P.C 53 Hingham 29 

P.C 32 Rockland 30 

P.C 39 Abington . . 43 

P.C 42 Silver Lake 36 

P.C 62 Bridgewater-Raynham 47 

P.C 60 Whitman-Hanson 12 

P.C 42 Scituate 43 

P.C 53 Middleboro 27 

P.C 51 Hingham 25 

P.C 55 Rockland 50 

P.C 38 Randolph 24 

P.C 43 Randolph 36 



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GirVs 




Despite the loss of last year's seniors, the Girls' 
Varsity Basketball Team, under the coaching of Miss 
"Murt" MacDuffee, finished with a record of six wins 
and six losses. In the High School Sports Day at 
Bridgewater, Plymouth-Carver defeated all five of its 
opponents. 

The JV's, under the coaching of Miss "Widge" 
Barbeau, finished with a record of eleven wins and 
one loss. This showed great promise for next year's 
varsity. Two scoring records were broken this year. 
The JV Team defeated the Bridgewater-Raynham JV 
20-0. Also, Dee Dee Enabenter scored 109 points for 
one season. 



Varsity Basketball 
Row One: Coach N. MacDuffee, Co-Capts. B. Barrows, B. Barros, L. Taylor, C. LeDoux; Row Two: R. Scott, T. Andrews, S. 
Ferrari, S. Whiting, L. Mitchell; Row Three: Managers— L. Gault, D. Campbell, M. Haigh, L. Lopes, N. Cronin. 







Varsity Record 




P-C 


51 


Silver Lake 


28 


PC 


62 


Sacred Heart 


48 


P-C 


30 


Rockland 


50 


PC 


56 


Middleboro 


36 


P-C 


33 


Hingham 


43 


P-C 


47 


Bridgewater-Raynham 


28 


P-C 


49 


Abington 


63 


P-C 


42 


Silver Lake 


33 


P-C 


29 


Bridgewater-Raynham 


36 


P-C 


27 


Scituate 


32 


P-C 


41 


Middleboro 


14 


P-C 


33 


Whitman-Hanson 


52 



Shall we dance? 



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Basketball 





Heil, Hitler! 



Our fearless leader. 




Junior Varsity Team 
Row One: Coach W. Barbeau, J. Fernandes, DeeDee Enabenter, J. Lopes, D. Gearaldi; Row Two: S. Merritt, L. Giovanetti, Ann 
Jaeger, K. Tayler, D. Wilson; Row Three: D. Merritt, J. Caldwell, C. Pratt, L. Vallani, J. Buckley. 





Junior Varsity Record 




PC 


13 


Silver Lake 


7 


PC 


28 


Sacred Heart 


14 


PC 


9 


Rockland 


20 


P-C 


13 


Middleboro 


12 


P-C 


21 


Hingham 


15 


P-C 


31 


Bridgewater-Raynham 


4 


P-C 


31 


Abington 


12 


P-C 


24 


Silver Lake 


17 


P-C 


20 


Bridgewater-Raynham 





P-C 


28 


Scituate 


17 


P-C 


31 


Middleboro 


12 


P-C 


29 


Whitman-Hanson 


22 




Isee London, I see France, Isee . . . .? 



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Hockey 



If I told you once I told you twice ! ! ! 



Hockey has brought new life to the Plymouth- 
Carver Sports Program. Plymouth-Carver's hockey 
team played its first year in the Old Colony League 
and opened the season with an impressive six to 
nothing win over Bridgewater-Raynham, and later 
took two more decisions from Bridgewater-Raynham 
later in the season. Adding to its win total P-C beat 
Whitman-Hanson twice (4-0), (4-1). P-C also tied 
Whitman-Hanson once to finish with a good 5-9-1 
record. Hockey has added a whole new dimension to 
P-C sports. The games are thrilling and full of action. 
One thing is certain at this time; Hockey has found a 
home at P-C High. 





Front: W. Bagley; J. Tribble; J. Ruxton; P. Kasarjian; D. 
Whiting; T. Withington; R. Baietti; T. Marcyes; D. Delano; M. 
Banker. Back: Coach B. Hatch; M. Sawyer; C. Osborn; M. 




What do we do now??? 



Go ahead Tom, trip him!!! 



106 



P.C. ... 7 Bridgewater-Raynham 

P.C 1 Randolph 7 

P.C 4 Whitman Hanson 

P.C 2 Abington 3 

P.C 1 Scituate 3 

P.C. ... 6 Bridgewater-Raynham 1 

P.C Randolph 6 

P.C Abington 3 

P.C. ... 4 Whitman-Hanson 1 

P.C Scituate 10 

P.C. ... 6 Bridgewater-Raynham ....... 

P.C Randolph 3 

P.C 2 Abington 3 

P.C. ... 4 Whitman-Hanson 4 

P.C Scituate 9 




Tribble; S. Butterfield; D. Brewster; N. Barberi; D. Hunt; J. 
Scagliarini. 




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Tikki checks theref!!! 



Is it the game he's thinking about or???? 



My garter just broke!?! 




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Peter takes a bow. 




Where's the other team???? 



Quick, find that puck!!!! 





Mercury Marcyes ! ! ! ! ! 



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The Charge of the Cheerleaders 



Front Two: L. Roby, P. MacKenna; Standing: S. Fieyermuth, D. Torrence, L. Risney, S. Danheim, T. Marvelli, L. Lopes, C. Curtis, 
J. Reggiani, M. Fratus. 








There is no limit 

other than our own resolve, 

to the temporal goals 

we set before ourselves 

as free individuals 

joined in a team 

of our fellows; 

as a free nation 

in the community of nations. 

— D wight D. Eisenhower 



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Front Row: D. Dunne, J. Diaz, D. Dunne, M. Perreira, Mr. M. Crociati— director, M. Williams, R. Corvini, R. Beal, G. 
Axford; Second Row: P. Rovichaud, C. Atti, M. Johnson, J. Meehan, D. Diaz, R. Marzelli, G. Johnson, G. Hart; Third 
Row: T. Diaz, S. Lindros, M. Cavicchi, E. Al-Chokhachy, K. Campbell, J. Brenner, A. Sherman, L. Gault; Fourth Row: 
C. Lanman, R. Manseau, N. Arnold, D. Santere, D. Genovese, D. Carison, M. Hesse, D. Ashley; Fifth Row: G. Besse, J. 
Motyka, M. Banker, D. Haire, T. Hall, J. Geller; Sixth Row: D. Ruphrect, W. Bagley, K. Flockton, K. Collins, D. 
Monteiro, C. Santos, P. Burgess, J. Bernardo; Seventh Row: B. Collins, J. Walton, D. Lindros, A. Leonardi, P. Ruprecht, 
G. Loring, R. Young, G. Graffam; Eighth Row: S. Francis, K. Ruggerio, G. Webber, R. Marcelli, C. Merada, P. Kraus, C. 
Hunter, J. Pinto; Ninth Row: N. Prout, J. Perry, D. Marcelli, J. Vasapollo, S. Wagner, S. Arnold, R. Wilson; Tenth Row: 
K. Remick, R. Corvini, K. Diaz, P. Quintal, K. Scalabroni, L. Franks, H. Sherwood; Eleventh Row: E. Mello, D. 
Mansfield, A. Buage, B. Weston, M. Chase, D. O'Keefe, D. Sherman, R. Baietti. 



FROM ROCK 



and those Saturday morning drills, food sales, car 
washes, selling roses and chances, raising 
$25,000 




cold football games, frozen valves, muddy fields, cloudy skies, and practice, practice, practice 



114 





TO ROSES 



that 7V2 mile march through Pasadena, BLISTERS, watching our- 
selves on TV, Marineland, Los Angeles, and Disneyland. 




and plane flights, sunshine, palm trees, swimming pools, smog, more practice 




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On January 2, the guest band in Disneyland's 
performance of "Fantasy on Parade" was none other 
than P-C. Following the parade, band members spent 
the day enjoying the Park and its crowded attrac- 
tions. The bobsled ride through the Matterhorn, 



Abraham Lincoln's address, and the Pirates of the 
Caribbean were among the list of favorites. This visit 
to Disneyland came as a reward after the Band's 
participation in the Tournament of Roses Parade. 



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Marching Girls 




Front Row; L-R: P. Pratt, S. Govoni, S. Martin, M. 
Brigida, D. Heath, C. Harvey, D. MacDonald, C. 
Govoni, D. Lawrence, N. Griffin, D. Morgan, J. 
Santerre, C. Grady, L. Rapoza, C. Buttner, P. 
Kennedy, J. Small, C. Valente, J. Lee, M. Adams, B. 



The Marching Girls, consisting of 
thirty-four girls plus substitutes, are 
chosen by the band director. Through 
drills and various dance routines, the 
girls provide lively entertainment during 
the halftime at our football games. This 
year the Marching Girls marched in 
various local parades, including the 
350th Anniversary Parade. They, along 
with the band were also invited to march 
in Quincy's annual Christmas parade. 



Haire, J. Wirtzburger, N. Griswold, M. Harvey, D. 
Gilbert, J. Bastoni, C. Montanari, D. Correira, P. 
Orzechowski, D. Radcliffe, S. Emond, D. Potter; Cen- 
ter: P. Estes, A. Best. 




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bad? 




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Majorettes 




1-r: G. Burten; D. Riberio; R. Zaggari; J. Gilli; R. Monteriro. 



Pep Squad 




First Row: L. Risney; D. Torrance; T. Marvelli; P. McKenna; C. Curtis; S. Freyermuth; L. Lopes; M. Fratus; J. Reggianni; L. Roby; 
L. Dannheim. Second Row: G. Caldwell; A. Raymond; M. Ferreira; M. Martin; N. Walton; G. Dannheim;To Close; L. DeGregono; 
E. Estes; C. Vandini; D. Souza; K. Scheid. Third Row: D. Amata; M. Thatcher; D. Merrick; J. Brigida; P. Ruozzi; P. Peccini; P. 
Borsari; R. Solieni; L. Seaver; D. Besegai; C. Alves. 



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Debating Club 

and 
Aviation Club 



The Debate Club provides an opportunity for 
students to compete with other schools in the South- 
eastern Massachusetts League. The club meets regu- 
larly in order to build cases, learn skills and tech- 
niques, and hold practice debates. One question 
discussed by the Debate Club this year was that the 
federal government should establish, finance, and 
administer programs to control air and water pollu- 
tion in the United States. 



This newly organized group is a non-credit flying 
course. The purpose of this course is to stimulate 
interest in aviation. The group is advised by Mr. 
Willard Mondeau. 




M. Ronshiem, L. Allen, L. Franks, L. Risney, E. West. Back 
Row: M. Springer, Mr. A. Cohen, J. Gilmore, P. Haigh, G. 
Brown. Absent: C. Anzuoni, S. Ronsheim, R. Hilliard, V. 
Almeida. 




1-r: D. Jackson, Mr. W. Mondeau, T. Brennan, P. Ryan. Absent: T. Latosek. 



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THE APPLE TREE" 

presented by 

The Drama Club 




D. Pineau, K. Dietlin, A. Donelan, J. Peck, T. Wood, Mr. 
Briggs, K. Souza, S. Ferro, Miss J. Draghetti, J. Walton, R. 
Withington, V. Reid, E. Al-Chokhachy, B. Files; Second Row: 
P. Borsari, S. Fabri, L. Allen, J. Bracy, L. Caron, C. Hollis, D. 
Longhi, C. Souza, I. Pace, D. O'Connor, S. Mostrom, D. Pond, 
P. Reynolds, N. Rodriques; Third Row: C. Freeman, S. Hogan, 
S. Burgess, A. Guertin, G. Dannheim, K. Costa, S. Vierra, C. 
O'Hara, S. Martin, M. Reagen, C. Miller, N. Griffin, J. Murphy, 
C. Arons; Fourth Row: M. Ronshiem, J. Brigida, N. Prout, L. 




Wilbur, D. Santerre, C. Thompson, C. Montanari, H. Prax- 
marer, V. Clark, A. Dunham, B. Hollis, B. Davis, K. Sullivan, 
K. Miskinis; Fifth Row: P. Weeks, P. Finley, V. Almeida, M. 
Martin, J. Smith, C. Wood, D. Beilfuss, A. Triche, M. David- 
son, J. Lyman, K. Alves, P. Silva; Sixth Row: S. Burgess, D. 
Davis, S. Burgess, L. Franks, C. Kendrick, P. Rezendes, T. 
Marcyes, G. Hart; Seventh Row: C. Mansfield, R. Wheelock, S. 
Mulley, N. Arnold, P. Pearson, M. Elliott, B. Sampson. 

The Drama Club, directed by Miss Janet Draghetti 
and Mr. Richard Briggs, is an organization open to all 
students who wish to participate in dramatic produc- 
tions. "Apple Tree," a three play presentation, boasted 
a superb cast and was considered a success by all. 




How dare you say that I have bad breath. 



Hey Steve, Watch your thumb! 



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Play Production Class 
'SOMETHING ELSE" 



Is she all that bad? 




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National Honor Society 




C. Thompson, K. Dietlin, L. Wilbur, P. Estes. Second Row: Miss K. Martin, K. Jarvio, T. Marcyes, D. Correira, A. Best, S. Ferro, C. 
Copley. Back Row: J. Firmin, J. Murphy, N. Griffin, T. Wood, A. Leonardi, G. Guaraldi, K. Souza, D. Lawrence, R. Wilson, C. 
Freeman, S. Martin, D. Whiting. 




Each year members of the Junior and Senior 
classes are elected to the Massasoit Chapter of the 
National Honor Society. Membership is determined 
by a vote of the Faculty Committee, based on 
qualifications of scholarship, character, leadership, 
and service. To be considered for membership, a 
student must have an average of 85 or better since his 
freshman year. The Honor Society sponsors the Stu- 
dent Handbook and is active in tutoring programs and 
ushering at school functions. 




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Mr. K. Taylor, S. Scott, T. Vecchi, S. Fabri, J. Bastoni, J. Silva. Second Row: P. Stafford, N. Torrey, T. Boylan, C. Harvey, C. 
Valente, M. Elliot, A. Best. Third Row: G. Brewster, C. Curtis, A. Donelan, L. Fortini, S. Britton, L. Rapoza. Fourth Row: M. 
Fratus, S. Freyermuth, D. Brewster, J. Freeman, D. Correira, D. Whiting, J. Buckley, D. Sherman, R. Almeida. 



Student Council 




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The Student Council acts as the 
most essential bond between the stu- 
dents and their activities. The Council 
sponsors dances, pep rallies, assem- 
blies, class elections, and other school 
functions. It supported the band's trip 
to Pasedena, has attended conven- 
tions, and arranged exchanges with 
other schools. A charity project was 
undertaken to raise money for the 
Cherokee Indians. 

To raise money for Council ex- 
penses, the Council sponsored a bas- 
ketball game with the Harlem Diplo- 
mats. Advised by Mr. Kenneth Taylor, 
the Council is a member of the South- 
eastern state and National con- 
ventions. 

Shaunie consults with the establishment. 





American Field Service 



The American Field Service, advised by Miss Sheila 
Norton, works on a student level much like the adult 
chapter. The main function is to sponsor foreign 
exchange students attending our school. P-C had the 
honor of sponsoring two exchange students, Rosana 
Rofrigues Da Costa from Goiania, Goias, Brazil and 
Heinz Praxmarer from Friedrichshafen, Baden- 
Wurttemberg, Germany. 



Heinz Praxmarer, Wir lieben dich. 




First Row: I. Perez, D. Pond, S. Mostrom, C. Hollis, H. 
Praxmarer, C. Gibbs, R. Costa, C. Thompson, M. Haigh, S. 
Kendrick; Second Row: K. McCarthy, M. Couter, D. Carlson, 
G. Anderson, L. Bloom, H. McNeil, L. Risney, L. Degregario, 
S. Martin; Third Row: J. Gilmore, P. Haigh, V. Clark, C. 
Lanman, K. McCarthy, N. Griswold, P. Hathaway, P. Seaver, 



K. Haskins; Fourth Row: G. Boccaci, C. Montanari, M. 
Mendes, E. Gilmore, V. Gibbs, K. Fortini, V. Pion, S. Britton, 
C. Buttner; Fifth Row: K. Furtado, L. Franks, D. Santere, L. 
Regan, J. Murphy, J. Santerre, B. Paoletti, M. Harvey, M. 
Regan, C. O'Hara. 



Christy Gibbs, president 





Rosanna, sunshine from Brazil 



thinking of home . . .? 



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Leader Corps 



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D. Santerre, A. Best, J. Eufrazio, D. Heath, P. Estes, S. Martin. 
Second Row: D. Radcliffe, J. Motyka, K. Dietlin, S. Whiting, 
C. Montanari, M. Brigida. Third Row: Mr. R. Holton, M. 
Littel, J. Langille, L. Risney, C. Govoni. 



Dean 's Council 



The Dean's Council sponsors many outstanding 
activities. The members serve as "big sisters" to 
under-classmen, offer suggestions for school policies, 
and sponsor talent shows and programs beneficial to 
the student body. Many charitable Projects, such as 
"Operation: Friend", are undertaken to help the 
underprivileged children in areas outside of the 
school. 

The council consists of girls from all four classes, 
having representation from prep, business, and gen- 
eral curriculums. 










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J. Lopes, A. Leonardi, E. Al-Chokhachy, J. Brigida, J. Butterfield, K. Sylvia. Second Row: A. Jaeger, P. Pratt, K. Pinto, J. Gilli, L. 
Rose, V. Pion. Third Row: R. Atkins, S. Agnew, E. Brewster, Mrs. A. Urann, R. Monteiro, B. Davis. 

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Bookstore 



Library 
Aides 



The Library aides are necess- 
ary to insure that library is run 
smoothly. Membership is volun- 
tary and each worker receives 
valuable instruction in library 
organization. Their duties in- 
clude circulating library mate- 
rials, shelving books, taking at- 
tendance, and checking peri- 
odicals. 



Top to Bottom: Mrs. V. Bramhall, 
Mrs. A. Ziergiebel, D. Almeida, K. 
Langille, J. Langille, S. Keller, D. Tel- 
less, G. Lopes, R. Antoniotti, D. Wall, 
J. Perry, A. Telless. Missing: J. Fama, 
J. Simpson, J. LeBarnes, J. Marshall, 
G. Stonebreaker, B. Wood, L. Zerbe. 



The Bookstore was 
established to sell books 
at discount prices to 
everyone at P-C. The 
store, at its new location 
off the cafeteria, is mana- 
ged and staffed by inter- 
ested students. Mr. Long 
is the advisor. 




Front: S. Govoni, D. Bither, J. Butterfield. Back: J. Butterfield. 



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Guidance Aides 



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l-r: J. Butterfield, S. Mostrom, R. Pimental, Mrs. D. Roncarati 
— secretary, P. Pearson, R. Zaggari, D. Beilfuss, L. Roby, D. 
Gilbert. 



Enameling Club 



Girls who offer their time as guidance aides assist 
the secretaries and counselors in the guidance office. 
They serve as receptionists, messengers, and file 
clerks, thus gaining experience in office procedures. 

Members of the newly formed Enameling Club, 
having once learned the basic techniques involved in 
firing enamels, apply their designs onto jewelry and 
dishes of all kinds. 




Seated: S. Martin, Mr. R. Merrifield, D. Correira. Standing: E. Amito, B. Pelequin. 



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Secretarial Pool 




l-r: K. Braley, K. Langille, D. O'Connor, C. Igoe, C. Copley, M. Correa, Miss B. Arthur, L. Feci, D. Stevens, L. Pacheco, D. Beilfuss, 
L. Lopes. 



Office Assistants 



Members of the Secretarial Pool work for one 
month in rotation. Their voluntary work consists of 
taking dictation, preparing schedules, and typing var- 
ious papers. This job training program bridges the gap 
between high school students and businessmen. The 
Secretarial Pool is advised by Miss Beatrice Arthur. 



The office assistants are a group of girls who work 
in the main office during their study periods. They 
help the secretaries by answering the main office and 
inter-office telephones, calling homes for daily ab- 
sentees, checking on missing or late students, and 
filing office materials. 




l-r: D. MacDonald, C. Montanari, B. Cook, A. Donelan, D. O'Connor, V. Reid, G. Burton, J. Freyermuth, C. Harvey, S. Wilson. 



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Math Club 




l-r: P. Bither, D. Leonardi, T. MacKonran, R. Card, K. Costa, R. Bryant, R. Rouzza, L. Fortini, J. Freeman, N. Anastasia, I. 
MacLeod, Mr. P. Fachetti, S. Britton, C. Bramhall, M. Williams, S. Ferro, D. Hodgkins, Mr. A. Medici, K. Stevens, R. Lucero, L. 
DeGregrio, R. Antoniotti, E. Parceale, V. Clark, H. Herbele. 



The purpose of the Math Club is to enable stu- 
dents to gain valuable knowledge and experience in 
the field of computers and of computer mathematics. 
Membership in the Math Club requires that a student 



have a cumulative "C" average in mathematics. In 
addition to computers and a math lab, a course in 
computer mathematics has been added to provide the 
proper needs for the Math Club. 



Audio- Visual 
Staff 



The audio-visual department is 
responsible for the operating and 
maintenance of audio-visual equip- 
ment in the school. Interested stu- 
dents gain valuable experience by 
performing various tasks and by as- 
sisting teachers in many capacities. 
Mr. James Donovan heads this de- 
partment. 




Top to Bottom: J. Gilmore, B. Clark, R. Bustin, M. Horenstein, N. Yordt, D. Pimental, G. 
Hart, J. Thatcher, T. Boylan, S. Gallagher. 



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Girls' Sports Club 



The Girls' Sports Club is an organization made up 
of members who are interested or involved in or- 
ganized sports such as girls' field hockey, basketball, 
Softball, or tennis. The Club sponsors trips and 



K. Scheid, R. Cain, K. Morin, L. Mitchell, S. Mulley, K. 
Souza, B. Barros, S. Fabri, B. Barros, T. Andrews. 
Second Row: M. Haigh, D. Campbell, P. Seaver, D. 
Santerre, A. Jaeger, S. Whiting, S. Ferrari, L. Giovanetti, 
D. Torrance. Third Row: D. Guaraldi, C. Moulton, N. 
Rodriques, S. Brock, M. Fratus, R. Scott, J. Motyka, G. 
Brewster, H. McNeil. Fourth Row: J. Buckley, K. 
Mathewson, L. Villani, K. Kilroy, C. Pratt, D. Woolson, 
J. Lopes, D. Caldwell, C. LeDoux, P. Torrance, J. 
Langille. 



The Varsity Club consists of those athletes 
who have earned a letter in any of the varsity 
sports, which include soccer, cross-country, 
track, basketball, football, and baseball. The two 
main objectives of the club are to encourage 
good sportsmanship and to promote inter- 
scholastic athletes. In addition, its members 
serve at ticket booths and maintain the Trophy 
Cabinet. The club is advised by Mr. Mario 
Romano. 



activities by raising money through food sales and by 
selling pencils, candy, and pennants. Miss Drury, Miss 
MacDuffee, and Miss Barbeau are the club's advisors. 




Varsity Club 




P. Eddy, P. Kasarjian, K. Banker, P. Haigh, D. Whiting, T. Marcyes, G. Hart, K. Furtado, W. Davis. Second Row: R. Canevazzi, R. 
Studley, M. O'Connor, R. Dethlefson, J. Balboni, G. Boccaci, J. Gilmore, D. Dunne. Third Row: S. Carlisle, S. Scott, R. Torrey, P. 
Maccaferri, T. Stefani, M. Pimental, M. Williams, J. Tynan, M. Coombs, G. Besse. Fourth Row: K. Campbell, D. Wrin, N. Torrey, F. 
Drake, D. Curtis, G. Martin, M. Mendes, J. Talbot, E. Coleman, D. Ruxton. 



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Dance Band 




B. Collins, K. Collins, G. Webber, M. Johnson, N. Prout. Second Row: D. Dunne, M. Perreira, M. Williams, D. Dunne, J. Motyka, K. 
Campbell, G. Besse, N. Arnold. Standing: M. Cavicchi, C. Conti, E. Al-Chokhachy. 



The Dance Band, now in its third year, consists of 
talented members from the P-C High Band. The group 
practices one night a week and performs at concerts 
and dances. Instrumentation includes brass, wood- 
winds, piano, percussion, and string bass. They play 
all kinds of music, including the latest popular hits. 



The Concert Choir is open to all students in the 
high school. A variety of choral literature is studied 
and performed. Performances include the annual 
Christmas, Spring, and "Pops" concerts, tours, and 
exchange concerts. The Concert Choir is under the 
direction of Mr. Lang. 



Concert Choir 




J. Moskos, I. Cherrier, K. Miskinis, P. Silva, K. Gilbert, G. Dannheim, R. Noel, D. Pineau, C. Reed, C. Arons, N. Govoni, Mr. Lang. 
Second Row: J. Carlson, M. Warner, P. Weeks, S. Diodato, S. Morritt, N. O'Brien, S. Vierra, J. Lyman, C. Miller, L. Beck, D. Ward. 
Third Row: L. Wood, J. Butterfield, K. Moskos, I. Pace, D. O'Connor, S. Mulley, P. Pearson, B. Peloquin, M. Daly, A. Bolanger, S. 
Guertin. Fourth Row: J. Bracey, L. Telless, B. Potter, P. Peterson, A. Guertin, R. Wheelock, S. Burgess, D. Davis, D. Laine, J. Nye. 
Fifth Row: S. Ferro, S. Burgess, J. Peck, J. Walton, M. Coombs. 



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Future Nurses 




Seated: J. Murphy, Mrs. R. Volta, I. Perez. Standing: M. Ferreira, D. Butterfield, S. Wilson, P. Borsari, P. Peccini, C. Valente, J. 
Kemp, A. Telless, R. Rand, D. Bonner, L. Prochnow. Absent: Mrs. E. Robichaud, D. Carlson, S. Arnold. 



The Future Nurses is a club that brings together all 
Juniors and Seniors who are interested in furthering 
their careers in health and nursing. Each year the club 
raises money through food sales and dances to award 
a $150.00 scholarship for a girl entering into the 
nursing field. The Future Nurses frequently has field 
trips to nursing homes for background and additional 
information before pursuing their careers. 



The Future Teachers of America is affiliated with 
the M.T.A. and the N.E.A. Membership is open to all 
Juniors and Seniors interested in a career in the field 
of education. Monthly meetings, field trips to other 
schools, participation in local programs concerning 
education, and helpful tutoring are some of the club's 
activities. The Future Teachers is advised by Mrs. 
Bernice Haigh. 



Future Teachers 




J. Adelchi, B. Noel, C. Hollis, H. McNeil, C. Harvey, D. Furcado, D. MacDonald, E. Ceraseulo, C. Montanari, D. Heath, P. Estes, S. 
Martin. Second Row: V. Almeida, J. Motyka, S. Mulley, N. Arnold, S. Vierra, C. Arons, J. Vasapollo, J. Bastoni, C. Miller, J. 
Santerre, S. Mostrom, K. Fortini, N. Griffin. Third Row: E. Tynan, P. Seaver, C. Lanman, D. Campbell, D. Pineau, B. Giovanetti, P. 
Pratt, D. Correira, C. Grady, D. Willard, S. Vecchi, C. Govoni, A. Leonardi. 



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Foreign Language Clubs 



Spanish Club 



C. Vandini, D. Besegai, L. Seaver, G. Dann- 
heim, D. Radcliffe, P. Kennedy, P. Cara- 
mello, B. Collins. Second Row: R. Lucero, 
A. Perez, E. Estes, P. Pratt, J. Freyermuth, 

C. Buttner, C. Valente, C. Lanman. Third 
Row: P. Quintal, E. Parziale, P. Haigh, N. 
Griswold, P. Seaver, J. Kemp, C. Mansfield, 

D. Amata, K. Malone. 







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The language clubs enable students to enrich their 
understanding of foreign people and their customs 
through student discussions, lectures, and field trips. 
Various group projects are rewarding and enjoyed by 



everyone. This year the Spanish and French clubs 
planned a joint Christmas program during which 
foreign Christmas carols were sung. 



French Club 



K. Alves, D. Al-Chokachy, D. Gilmore, D. 
Carlson, G. Anderson, C. Gibbs, L. Bloom, 
H. McNeil, K. McCarthy. Second Row: A. 
Raymond, C. Alves, P. Borsari, E. Dezorett, 
K. Genovese, K. Fortini, N. Griffin, V. 
Gibbs, S. Martin, V. Pion. Third Row: J. 
Santerre, C. O'Hara, D. Mortan, K. Morey, 
D. Santerre, P. Silva, K. Gilbert, C. Arons, S. 
Britton, P. Leonardi. Fourth Row: P. Mc- 
Cosh, C. Montanari, J. Bastoni, L. Franks, R. 
Solieri, P. Klasky, P. Kraus, L. Hunter, K. 
Miskinis, P. Weeks. 




Latin Club 



C. Reed, P. McCosh, C. Montanari, D. Mac- 
Donald, B. Giovanetti, N. Prout, S. Howard, 
Mr. J. Gadbois. Second Row: K. Wright, N. 
McMurrin, K. Souza, P. McKenna, P. Staf- 
ford, N. Hathaway, C. Calhoun, M. Springer. 
Third Row: B. Stapleton, C. Marchi, J. 
Lopresti, L. Sampson, S. Arnold, C. Regan, 
C. Keller, S. Sampson. 




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Chess Club 




The Chess Club is made up of students interested 
in the techniques of this complex game. Our team is a 
member of the South Shore Inter-Scholastic Chess 
League consisting of eighteen teams divided into 
three divisions. Plymouth-Carver competes with five 
other schools in the southern division. 



The Geological Society is an organization for 
students who are interested in the study of rocks. 
Field trips are planned throughout the year to various 
collecting localities. The society is sponsored by Mr. 
Ronald Gomes. 



1-r: T. Boylan, L. Davis, R. Cain, Mr. J. Robinson, K. 
Remlinger, J. Collins, C. Conte, G. Graffam, T. Maclntire, L. 
Comeau. 



Geological Society 




S. Martin, K. Souza, Mr. R. Gomes, C. Thompson 



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Seated: K. Dietlin, P. McCosh, A. Best. Standing: K. Jarvio, K. Souza, D. MacDonald, C. Hollis, P. Haigh, C. Copley, C. Montanari, 
D. Heath, D. Correira, B. Barros, C. Grady, S. Martin. 



Staff Editors 



Pilgrim Staff 

Membership to any Pilgrim staff is purely volun- 
tary and each staff has a separate function which 



Curriculum Staff 

Seated: J. Lopes, C. Govoni, J. Murphy, P. Estes, D. Correira, 
J. Butterfield. Standing: N. Griffin, S. Martin, M. Elliot, M. 
Warner. 



must be fulfilled before a given deadline. Although 
the specific jobs of each staff are totally different and 
each staff works as a separate entity, all are working 
to complete the yearbook on time and make it the 
best representation of our school. 



Senior Statistics 

Seated: B. Giovanetti, D. MacDonald, K. Jarvio, C. Montanari. 
Standing: S. Mulley, L. Lopes, J. Lopes, C. Wood, C. Govoni, 
R. Pimental, N. Arnold, A. Beaudry, C. Harvey, S. Lindros, B. 
Clark, S. Mostrom, P. Pearson. 





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Photography Staff 

Clockwise: R. Withington, C. Freeman, V. 
Clark, J. Tynan. 



Business Staff 

Seated: C. Thompson, J. Murphy, K. 
Souza. Standing: D. Lawrence, N. 
Arnold, L. Wilbur. 



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Boys' Sports Staff 

Seated: K. Furtado, M. Mendes, P. Haigh. 
Standing: G. Boccaci, J. Martin. 



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Pilgrim Staff 





P. Estes, J. Butterfield, S. Vecchi, C. Montanari, J. Bastoni, C. Hollis. 
Second Row: R. Pimental, D. MacDonald, B. Giovanetti, A. Leon- 
ardo 

Co-Curriculum Staff 



l-r: C. Copley, D. Lawrence, M. Brigida, D. Heath, T. 
Wood, A. Leonardi, D. Pineau. 



Literary Staff 




J. Lopes, C. Hollis, A. Beaudry, D. Stevens, S. Fabri, L. Pacheco. 
Standing: T. Andrews, D. Beilfuss. 



Typing Staff 



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Seated: B. Barros. Standing: B. Sampson, L. Delano. 

Girls 9 Sports Staff 




D. Vaughn, B. Sampson. Seated: C. Quillin, T. Andrews, E. Cereseu- 
lo, C. Grady, D. Bither. Standing: D. Willard, K. McCarthy. 




Seated: C. Igoe, C. Copley, D. Stevens, D. O'Connor, P. 
Pearson. Standing: S. Vecchi, S. Mulley, M. Correa. 



Secretaries 



Art Staff 



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Operation Rap 




Operation: Rap took place on January 25 and 26 at 
Plymouth-Carver High School. Rap was designed to 
plumb the depths of student uncertainties in order to 
enable the youths to act in a society different from 
those in the past. 

For the second year in a row "Race Relations" 
and "Today's Hangups" were the most popular 
seminars. The two keynoters, Brooks Johnson and 
Basillia Neilson were a great success. Many different 
questions were posed. Rap was a wonderful op- 
portunity to motivate thinking and to search for 
many hidden answers. 

Thanks to the help of the School Committee, and 
our own Mrs. Urann, Operation: Rap was a huge 
success. 



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Our distinguished panel 



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Administration 

"Four forms of government let fools contest; 
Whate'er is best administered is best. "' 

— Alexander Pope 



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Mr. Wilbert Cingolani 
Principal 



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Mrs. Alice Urann 
Dean of Girls 



1-r: E. Washburn; D. Cappannari; D. 
Thatcher; F. E. Nicolas; G. Wild; A. 
Keller; E. Haskins; K. Peck. 



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Mr. William Gault, and Mr. F. Edward Nicholas 

Asst. Superintendent and Superintendent 





Mr. Robert Holton 

Vice-PrincipaJ 



Mr. Paul Flemming 
Asst. Principal 




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Guidance 





Mr. Edwin Calwin 
Harvard University; Kent State University; Western Reserve 
University 



Mr. Victor Bissonnette 

Director of Guidance 
University of Massachusetts; University of Georgia; Bridge- 
water; University of Miami; University of Rhode Island; Holy 
Cross 




Mrs. Jean Patenaude 

Bridgewater; Boston University 



' Thou wert my guide, philosopher, 
and friend." 




— Alexander Pope 




Mr. Horace Turner 
Bates College; Harvard; Bridgewater; SMTI 



Miss Muriel Stern 

Brandeis 

University of Minnesota 




Mrs. Alice Urann 
Bridge water State College; 
Boston University; Dean of 
Girls 



Mrs. Nancy Orton 
Smith College 




Mr. Burton Alho 

Bridgewater State College 



Mr. Robert Wade 

Eastern Connecticut State 
College 




Mr. Gerald Ellis 
Exchange Teacher; St. Lukes 
College; London University; 
Bristol University 



Mr. Allan Cohen 

University of Massachusetts; 
Rutgers; Bridgewater State 
College; Debate Club Advisor 

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English 



' When I read Shakespeare 
I am struck with wonder 
that such trivial people 
should muse and thunder in 
such lovely language. " 

— D. H. Lawrence 




Mr. Richard Briggs 

Bridgewater State College; 
Drama Club Advisor 



Mrs. Mary Gorman 
Boston College 




Mr. Robert Merrifield 

Lowell State College; Univer- 
sity of Massachusetts 



Mr. Yoshiro Sanbonmatsu 

Swarthmore; University of 
Bridgeport 



Miss Gwenn Seaver 
Kent State University; "Pil- 
grim" Advisor 




Miss Karen Martin 

Bridge water State College; 
National Honor Society 
Advisor 




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Mr. Thomas Long 
Stonehill College; Bridge- 
water State College; Uni- 
versity of Massachusetts; 
Bookstore Advisor 



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Miss Janet Draghetti 
Emerson College; Drama Club 
Advisor 



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Mr. Brian Morse 

Westfield State College; West- 
ern Washington State College 



Mrs. Jeanne Strassel 
Salem State College 




Mrs. Alba Thompson 

Chairman 

Boston University; Bridge- 
water State College, Stanford, 
Asia Institute of Boston 



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Social 
Studies 




Mr. David Tarantino 
Providence College; Suffolk 
Law School; Bridge water 
State College; Freshman Class 
Advisor 



Mr. Joseph DeSisto 
Fordham University; Boston 
College 



Mr. William Nagle 
Boston College; Asst. Fooi 
ball and Baseball Coach 





Mr. Joseph Robinson 

Tufts University; University 
of Maine; Adult Education 
Advisor; Chess Club 



Miss Sheila Norton 
Regis College; American Field 
Service Advisor 




Mr. Paul Baden 
Harvard College; Boston University 



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"Man's capacity for justice makes 
democracy possible, but man's 
inclination to injustice makes 
democracy necessary." 



— Reinhold Niebuhr 



Miss Phyllis Johnson 

Bridgewater State; North- 
western; Chairman of 
scholarship Committee 



Mr. Henry Shea 
Saint Anselm's College 





Mr. Kenneth Taylor 

University of Miami; Bridgewater; 
Student Council Advisor 



Miss Phyllis Boucher 

Chairman 
Worcester State; Clark University 




Mr. Benjamin Hatch 

Aurora College 



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Foreign Languages 



"Language is a city to the 
building of which every 
human being brought a stone. " 



Mrs. Lydia Marcelonis 

Valpariaso University 



Miss Carol Davis 
Boston College 




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Mrs. Elizabeth Clark 

Emmanuel College 



Mr. James Gadbois 

Boston College; Latin Club 
Advisor 





Miss Patricia Comisky Mr. Brian Souza 

Boston College; French Club Plymouth State College 

Advisor 




Mrs. Gudrun Bartlett 
Mount Holyoke College 



Miss Iris Albertini 

Chairman 

Radcliffe; Middleburv 






Miss Nancy Collings 
}ridgewater State College 




Mr. Peter Fachetti 
North Adams; Northeastern; 
Boston College 



Miss Elizabeth Jesse 

Bridgewater State College 





Mr. Michael O'Connor 

Bridgewater State College 



Mr. Russell Randall 
Boston University 



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Mathematics 



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"Mathematics takes us into 
the region of absolute necessity, 
to which not only the actual 
world, but every possible 
world, must conform. "_ Bertrand Russell 





Mr. Joseph Sylva, Jr. 

University of Massachusetts 



Mr. Angelo Medici 
Boston College; Bridgewater 
State College; Clarkson College 
of Technology - ; Montclair State 
College; Math Co-ordinator 



Miss Joyce DeAbreu 
American International 



Mr. Mario Romano 
Boston College; Director of 
Athletics 



Mr. James Perry 
Providence College; New Eng 
land Law School 



Mr. Robert Mims 
Bridgewater State College 




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Science 



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Mr. Perrin Hughes 
Franklin and Marshall College; 
Freshman Class Advisor; "Pilgrim" 
Advisor 



"Science is vastly more 
stimulating to the 
imagination than are 
the classics." 



J.B.S. Haldane 




Mr. Douglas Edwards 
Elon College; Springfield Col- 
lege; Bridge water; Freshman 
Football and Basketball 
Coach; Head Baseball Coach 




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Mrs. Mary Shinney 
Regis College; Bridgewater; 
Bowdoin 



Mr. Tommie Walker 

University of Connecticut; 
Central State University 



Mr. Paul Urban 
Boston University; Bridgewater State College; Head Football Coach 




Mrs. Margaret Angell 
Bridgewater State College; Massa- 
chusetts College of Arts 






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Mr. David Barlow 
Chairman 
Jniversity of Rhode Island; Boston University; Bridgewater 



Mr. Ronald Gomes 
Bridgewater State College; University of Massachusetts; Earlham Col- 
lege; Indiana University; Northeastern University 





Mr. Robert Martin 
Tufts University; Boston University 




Mrs. Muriel Dennull 
S.M.U.; Ohio University; Miami University; Bridge- 
water 



Business 

"Never fear the want of busi- 
ness. A man who qualifies 
himself well for his calling, 
never fails of employment" 



Mr. Willard Mondeau 
Bridgewater State College; Northeastern State Col- 
lege; Flying Club Advisor 





Miss Beatrice Arthur 
Chairman 
Salem State College; Harvard University; Bridgewater State 



Mrs. Linda Pearson 
Laselle Jr. College; Salem 
State College 



Mr. Earle Jowdry 
University of Maine; Hobart 
College; Husson College 



Mrs. Leona Swartz 
Boston University; Bridge- 
water State 



Mr. William Turpin 
Salem State College 




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Mr. Mario Crociati 
Boston University; Band and Marching Girls 




Mr. Donald Lang 
Glassboro State College; Temple University 



Music 



Art 



'What will a child learn sooner 
than a song." 

—Alexander Pope 



"Life is painting a picture. " 

— Oliver Wendell Holmes 




Miss Dorothy Hebden 
Rhode Island School of Design 



Mr. William Searles 
Mass. College of Art; R.I. 
School of Design 




Mr. Patrick Berry 
Chairman 
Art Institute of Boston; Massachusetts College of Art; 
Bridgewater State College 



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Remedial 
Reading 



"Literature is an investment of 
genius which pays dividends to 
all subsequent times." 



John Burroughs 








Mrs. Bernice Haigh 
University of Maine; Boston University; Rhode Island College; 
Brown University; Future Teachers Advisor 




Mr. Vincent Cohee 
Boston University 




Mr. William Clark, Jr. 

Fitchburg State 



Mr. Dennis Aresta 
Boston University; Bridge- 
water State College 



Miss Barbara Robertson 

Fitchburg State 



Special Education 

'The whole art of teaching is only 
the art of awakening the natural 
curiosity of young minds for the 
purpose of satisfying it afterwards.- 

— Anatole France 



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"Cooks are not to be taught in 
their own kitchen. " 

— Thomas Fuller 



Home 
Economics 




Mrs. Rosamonte Wilson 

Framingham State; New York University; Columbia University 




Library 



Mrs. Nancy Larose 
Lawrence College; University of 
New Hampshire; Albany State 
University 



Mrs. Virginia Bramhall 




"As sheer casual reading matter, I still find 
the English dictionary the most interesting 
book in our language. " 



— Jay Nock 



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Miss Audrey Ziergiebel 
Boston State College; Simmons 



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Mr. James Donovan 
Boston University; Boston 
College; Michigan State 
University 



Mr. Johnstone 

Fitchburg State; Harvard; 

Wayne State University 




Audio- Visual 

'Training is every- 
thing. The peach was 
once a bitter almond; 
cauliflower is nothing 
but cabbage with a 
college education. " 

— Mark Twain 



Industrial 
Arts 



' There is no substi- 
tute for hard work. " 

— Thomas Edison 



Mr. Ronald Malaquias 

Chairman 
Fitchburg State College 



Mr. Anthony Pepe 
Fitchburg State College 



Mr. Arthur Axon 
Fitchburg State College 




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Physical 
Education 



'Win without boast- 
ing lose without excuse. " 

— Albert Terhun 



Mr. Henry Cryer 

Pancer College 





Miss Wendy Barbeau 

University of Massachusetts 




Miss Janet Drury 
Springfield College 



Mr. Harold Rogers 
Boston University; Bridgewater; Head of 
the Department 




Mr. Richard Ward 

University of Massachusetts 




Miss Nancy MacDuffee 

University of Massachusetts 



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Front (1. to r. ): Mrs. D. Zanotti, Mrs. F. Neal, Mrs. L. Salgado, Mrs. P. Nelson, Mrs. P. Guidaboni, Mrs. G. Gavoni. Back: Mrs. R. 
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Mrs. Betty Usher 

Secretary 
Main Office 



Mrs. Marion Whiting 

Secretary 
Main Office 





Miss Lynne Blake 
Secretary 



Mrs Doris Roncaratti 

Secretary 
Guidance Office 



Mrs. Ruth Volta 
School Nurse 



Mr. John McNamara 

Teacher Aid 

Bridgewater State College 




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Compliments of 

THE *&- 






YANKEE 
TRAVELER 

Rest and Comfort 
Off the Busy Highway 

PLYMOUTH, 

MASS. 




Route 3A 




Plymouth 





BALBONI'S DRUG STORE, INC. 






Joseph Balbom — Pharms. - Richard V. Tassinari 




31 5 Court Street 


Tel. 746-1251 


Plymouth, Mass. 







Congratulations to the Class of 1970 






EMERSON'S STORE 


White 


Horse 


Beach Massachusetts 



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Congratulations to Class of 1971 



SAMUEL ARONS AND SONS INC 



Plymouth. Massachusetts 




WARNSMAN & FERIOLI 
Realtors 



Office 50 Sandwich Street 

Tel. 746-2288 Plymouth, Mass. 02360 

MORSE ELECTRIC CO. 

Electrical Wiring & Service 
Lamps & Material 



Harris A. Morse 
746-0119 



Residential 

Commercial 

Industrial 



"Home Beauty is our Business" 



SHERMAN FURNITURE COMPANY, INC. 



310 Court Street 



Plymouth. Mass. 



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Congratulations 
from your 



FRIENDLY SHOP 




Keep Acquainted 



CAPE INSURANCE 
AGENCY, INC. 



74 Court Street 

Plymouth, Mass. 

02360 



Compliments oi~ 



GAMBINI'S LUNCHEONETTE 



Mam Street 



Plymouth. Mass. 



SMITH'S INC. 



Plymouth, Massachusetts 



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ome 



NATIONAL BANK 



41? 




13 COMPLETE "ONE STOP" FRIENDLY 

and 
CONVENIENT BANKING FACILITIES 

serving 

THE PLYMOUTH AREA 

SINCE 

EIGHTEEN HUNDRED AND THREE 



Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



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BEST of LUCK CLASS of '71* 

PILGRIM SANDS MOTEL 

With Private Beach And 
Swimming Pool 

Route 3A 
Plymouth, Mass. 

YOUR HOSTS the HARRINGTONS 



COLOR TV • RADIO • STEREO • AIR CONDITIONERS 



TELEMOBILE 



Sales - Service - Rentals 



phone "746-9555 



George Holmes 
25 main street 



Donald Govoni 
plymouth. mass. 



Plymouth Savings Bank 



'The FRIENDLY Bank" 



Serving the Community since 1828 



Compliments of 

PLYMOUTH BOWL-0-MAT 

1 Park Avenue 

746-9825 

and 

BRANT ROCK LANES 

Brant Rock Center 
837-2995 




OFTUS 



RUG COMPANY, INC. 

66 Court Street 
Plymouth, Massachusetts 02360 

746-7111 



KARASTAN, MOHAWK, 
ALEXANDER, SMITH 
AND LEE'S CARPETS 



Sales and Expert 
Installation 

Easy Credit Terms 



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MARDON'S JEWELERS 



Diamonds Watches Jewelry 

18 Court Street 

Plymouth, Mass. 

740-1 136 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



LORD ALDEN 
RESTAURANT and LOUNGE 



State and Point Roads, 

Manomet 



COMPLIMENTS 

of 

DEXTER'S 



/ < *S^p\ 




r AmJt 


THE E. S. BURNS 


Sg^K ; 


INSURANCE AGENCY 


X4£j£^V 






REALTORS 




45 Court Street 


Duxbury 


Plymouth, Mass. 


Massachusetts 02360 


02332 


Telephones 


Telephone 


746-1965 -746-3606 


934-2422 





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Cocktail Lounge 



Banquet Facilities 



BERT'S 

RESTAURANT 

"Sea-Fresh" Seafoods 

On the Ocean at Plymouth Beach 



Telephone 746-3422 
Plymouth, Massachusetts 

OPEN YEAR ROUND 



CONGRAULATTIONS 

TO THE CLASS 

OF 1971 

BARBIERI'S MARKET 



STEAKS. CHOPS, CHICKEN a SEA FOOD DINNERS 
CHOICE LIQUORS 



COLOMIAL PESTAURAMT 

AIR CONDITIONED 
SERVING BREAKFASTS 



39 MAIN ST. 
PLYMOUTH, MASS. 02360 



Telephone 
746.0838 



BERNARD'S LADIES' APPAREL 




1 Court Street 




Plymouth, Massachusetts 


Telephone 746-1635 



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TOWN BROOK SERVICE STATION, INC. 



Manclo & Sons 



International Truck Sales and Service 



14 Water Street 



Plymouth, Mass. 02360 



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CONGRATULATIONS 




from 




PLYMOUTH LUMBER 


CO. 


Robbins Road Plymouth, 


Mass. 


Plymouth Lumber Dealer 




since 1837 





CONGRATULATIONS 
from 

SOUTH SHORE BUILDING 
SUPPLY 

14 Main Street Kingston, Mass. 
745-3400 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



JOHN ALDEN GIFT SHOP 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



HENRY'S FURNITURE STORE 



BEST WISHES 
from 



A & W ROOTBEER 



BEST WISHES 
from 



SEW -WHAT 





CONGRATULATIONS 






from 






OCKERS CO. 






Office Supplies and Furniture 


15 


Main Street Plymouth, 
746-2514 


Mass. 



CONGRATULATIONS 
from 

L. KNIFE & SONS INC. 

Sandri Drive Plymouth, Mass. 

746-1533 



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330 Court Street Pl\ mouth. Mass. 

746-3444 



182 



CONGRATULATIONS 

to the 

CLASS OF 1971 



SHIRETOWN GLASS COMPANY 



CONGRATULATIONS 

to the 

CLASS OF 1971 



ROBY'S PROPANE GAS INC. 



Main Street 
Carver, Mass. 



Tremont Road 
W. Wareham, Mass. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



DELMAR PRINTING COMPANY 



444 Washington Street 
Wellsley, Mass. 02181 

Printers of The Pilgrims Since 1961 

Represented by 
Robert Vantine 
(617) 235-1726 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



PLYMOUTH MARINE RAILWAY 



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THE WARREN KAY 
VANTINE STUDIO, INC. 



Serving with pleasure 



The members of the 



Class of 



1971 



661 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 
661 Congress St., Portland, Maine 



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PROFESSIONAL 
SPONSORS 



Richard B. Tichnor, M.D. 
Milton Gellar, M.D. 
C. C. Agnew, M.D. 
Dennis L. Collari 
Radiology Associates 
Medora Eastward, M.D. 
Michael Pincelli, D.M.D. 
Charles Benea, D.M.D. 
Anwar F. Daikh, M.D. 

Phillip S. Cronan 
Frank Abate, M.D. 
William DiMarzio 
Barry S. Meltzer, M.D. 
I. Harry Keller, M.D. 
Jeffrey Levin 
Hugh R. Maraghy 
C. James Gormley, M.D. 
Richard 0. Elliott, M.D. 
J. Robert Browning, M.D. 



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FRIENDS 


LOU'S RESTAURANT 


LIL'S SUBMARINES 


JOHN EDWARD COIFFEURS 


RUTH ANN'S 


PILGRIM DRUG 


TOWNE SHOE SHOP 


MEL'S AUTO BODY 


PLYMOUTH SUPPLY CO. 


BLUE ANCHOR MOTEL 


DR. H. H. HAMILTON 


MR. AND MRS. MANFREDI 


PERINO'S SERVICE STATION 


PLYMOUTH HARDWARE CO. 


BLUE DOLPHIN SHOP 


! GREEN 


THUMB 







SPONSORS 


KIT 


KAT CRAFT 




NORTH PLYMOUTH HARDWARE 


CECCARELLI'S 




LEONARDI'S 


MACCAFERRI'S 




WINOKER AND WINOKER 


MR. 


AND MRS. JOSEPH 


DIETLAN 


MR. AND MRS. SAMUEL ORTON 



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PARENT SPONSORS 






MR. 


& 


MRS. 


JOHN P. SOUZA 


MR. 


& 


MRS. 


H. K. WOODWORTH 


MR. 


& 


MRS. 


RALPH LAWRENCE 


MR. 


& 


MRS. 


JOHN PROUT 


MR. 


& 


MRS. 


FRANK HUDDARD 


MR. 


& 


MRS. 


MARCYES i 


MR. 


& 


MRS. 


LEVI MONTERIO 


MRS 


. WILLIAM DEARN 


MR. 


& 


MRS. 


CLIFTON MacDONALD 


MR. 


& 


MRS. 


JOSEPH DIETLAN 


MR. 


& 


MRS. 


EDMUND FURTADO 


MR. 


& 


MRS. 


FERRO 


MR. 


& 


MRS. 


JARVIO 


MR. 


& 


MRS. 


RICHARD VAUGHN 


MR. 


& 


MRS. 


PAUL HOFFLER 


MR. 


& 


MRS. 


RAYMOND BOCCACI 1 


MR. 


& 


MRS. 


ROBERT MARTIN 


MR. 


& 


MRS. 


DANA WARD 


MR. 


& 


MRS. 


CLIFTON THOMPSON 


MR. 


& 


MRS. 


MICHAEL MONTANARI 


MR. 


& 


MRS. 


HARRISON GRIFFIN 


ERNEST R. HAMBLIN SR. 


MR. 


& 


MRS. 


JOHN SCANLAND 


MR. 


& 


MRS. 


EVERETT ESTES 


MR. 


& 


MRS. 


DONALD HARVEY 


MR. 


& 


MRS. 


GUI DO GUARALDI 


MR. 


& 


MRS. 


WILLIAM WATTERHOUSE 


MR. 


& 


MRS. 


H. RUXTON 


MR. 


& 


MRS. 


DEAN STEVENS 


MR. 


& 


MRS. 


CHARLES McCOSH 


MR. 


& 


MRS. 


ARRIGO VECCHI 


MR. 


& 


MRS. 


RALPH HOLLIS 


MR. 


& 


MRS. 


PAUL WEBBER 


MR. 


& 


MRS. 


PATRICK O'CONNOR 


MR. 


& 


MRS. 


HAROLD RAYMOND 


MR. 


& 


MRS. 


EDWARD MELLO 


MR. 


& 


MRS. 


OSCAR MARSH 


MR. 


& 


MRS. 


MANUAL SANTOS 


MR. 


& 


MRS. 


FRANK WHITING 


MR. 


& 


MRS. 


ALFRED LEONARDI 


MR. 


& 


MRS. 


WALTER SHEPARD 


MR. 


& 


MRS. 


QUILLAN 


MR. 


& 


MRS. 


ALAN DUNHAM 


MR. 


& 


MRS. 


ROBERT FABRI 


MR. 


& 


MRS. 


ALTON GIOVANETTI 


MR. 


& 


MRS. 


ARTHUR BRITTO 


MR. 


& 


MRS. 


FRANK GRISWOLD 


MR. 


& 


MRS. 


VICTOR CORREIRA 



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TEACHER FRIENDS 



MR. ROBERT HOLTON 



MR. WILBERT CINGOLAN 



MISS DAVIS 



EDITH R. TESTONI 



MRS. BETTY USHER 



MISS WENDY BARBEAU 



MRS. MARION WHITING 



MISS PHYLLIS BOUCHER 



MR. RONALD MALAQIUAS 



MISS DOROTHY HEBDEN 



MR. MARIO ROMANO 



MR. BRIAN SOUZA 



MR. ALLEN COHEN 



MR. MICHAEL O'CONNOR 



MRS. MURIEL DENNULL 



MR. PERRIN HUGHES 



MRS. GUDRUN BARTLETT 



MRS. NANCY ORTON 



MR. RICHARD BRIGGS 



PARENT SPONSORS 



MR. AND MRS. DONALD HEATH MR. AND MRS. HAROLD GOVON 



MR. AND MRS. JOHN F. GRADY 



CLIVE W. GARVEY 



MRS. SAMUAL CEREUSOULO 



MR. AND MRS. DAVID FREEMAN 



MR. AND MRS. W. RAGAZZINI 



DOROTHY M. LINDROS 



MR. AND MRS. WALTER CORREA DAVID H. CALHOUN 



MILDRED NORMAND 



MR. AND MRS. LEO BEST 



MR. AND MRS. ALLEN WOOD 



PROF. AND MRS. NOEL 
CHADWICK 



MR. AND MRS. WAYNE 
BUTTERFIELD 



MR. AND MRS. ROBERT CURTIS 



DR. AND MRS. HAIGH 



ELVA WOOD 



TEACHER SPONSORS 



MR. ROBERT HOLTON 



MR. WILBERT CINGOLANI 



MISS DAVIS 



EDITH R. TESTONI 



MRS. BETTY USHER 



MISS WENDY BARBEAU 



MRS. MARION WHITING 



MISS PHYLLIS BOUCHER 



MR. RONALD MALAQIUAS 



MISS DOROTHY HEBBEN 



MR. MARIO ROMANO 



MR. BRIAN SOUZA 



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